Lymph node transplant for cervical cancer

Lymph node transplant for cervical cancer

One of the complications of lymph node dissection due to cervical cancer is the appearance of lymphedema in the lower extremities. Fortunately, there are treatment options, such as ganglion transfer.
This is the result in one of our patients with lymphedema, secondary to cervical cancer. Three months after the lymph node transplant has achieved a 70% reduction in lymphedema, greatly improving their quality of life.

Lymph node transplant for cervical cancer

Alejandro Ramírez