Editorials


  1. February 2014 Volume 5 Issue 1: Full Issue
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    February 2014 Volume 5 Issue 1

    An online practice-based journal for clinicians worldwide

  2. Ten top tips from Wounds International in 2014
    Ten top tips from Wounds International in 2014 VIEW PDF
    February 2014 Volume 5 Issue 1

    Wounds International is delighted to announce that we are now averaging over 50 000 visitors to the website each month from 150 different countries. In October and November 2013, we recorded a large jump in our figures, mainly due to the interest created...

  3. Global Initiative for Wound and Lymphoedema Care (GIWLC)
    Global Initiative for Wound and Lymphoedema Care (GIWLC) VIEW PDF

    Over the past two decades the world has seen tremendous medical advances in modern wound care and lymphoedema management, principally due to new scientific knowledge, techniques and materials. These advances have occurred mainly in the developed countries....

  4. ILF is spreading the global lymphoedema message
    ILF is spreading the global lymphoedema message VIEW PDF

    The International Lymphoedema Framework (ILF) was launched at the first International Lymphoedema Framework Conference at Royal Ascot in 2009 and has since grown into a fully-fledged global organisation. So far, it has given rise to national frameworks in...

  5. Journal of Lymphoedema 2008, Vol 3, No 2
    Journal of Lymphoedema 2008, Vol 3, No 2 VIEW PDF

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  6. Journal of Lymphoedema 2008, Vol 7, No 2
    Journal of Lymphoedema 2008, Vol 7, No 2 VIEW PDF

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  7. Lipoedema management: Gaps in our knowledge
    Lipoedema management: Gaps in our knowledge VIEW PDF

    Lipoedema is a condition characterised by abnormal, symmetrical fat deposits in the legs, resulting in a disproportion between a smaller upper body and a larger lower body. Since its first use, the term “lipoedema” devised by Allen and Hines (1940) has...

  8. Lymphoedema Association of Australia
    Lymphoedema Association of Australia VIEW PDF

    The Lymphoedema Association of Australia (LAA) was founded in 1982 by Drs John and Judith Casley-Smith. The society includes patients, practitioners, allied healthcare professionals, carers and partners. The stated philosophy has been that this association...

  9. Lymphoedema in Japan: current issues
    Lymphoedema in Japan: current issues VIEW PDF

    Lymphoedema is a worldwide problem, and yet, until recently it has been considered a relatively unimportant health concern. In developed countries, it mainly occurs following surgical treatment for cancer. Recent studies have helped to raise awareness of this...

  10. Lymphoedema management in Spain
    Lymphoedema management in Spain VIEW PDF

    In the 1980s, as a result of the work of a group of vascular surgeons, including Dr Azcona and Dr Jimenez-Cossio who founded the Club of Lymphology (a group of doctors interested in the study of lymphatics and lymphoedema) and Dr Samaniego, who was the first...