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Do new MLD techniques reduce tissue inflammation, promote connective tissue remodeling, and lymph capillary regeneration?

Edema volume reduction has been used as a benchmark for showing improvements with lymphedema treatment, but equally important is the remodeling of skin and connective tissue to a more normalized state. This study aims to assess and track skin and subcutaneous tissue inflammation, connective tissue remodeling, and lymph capillary regeneration as a result of new manual lymphatic drainage techniques.

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