, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp 36–46 | Cite as

Lymfoedeem en fysiotherapie: onder controle houden, geen genezing

  • Lydia Gillham


Dit artikel vestigt de aandacht op het betrekkelijk lage niveau van de behandeling die voor patiënten met lymfoedeem mogelijk is, het wisselende karakter van de kwaliteit van de beschikbare behandelingsvormen en het gebrek aan research naar de psychosociale invloed van de aandoening.

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