Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
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Jornal Vascular Brasileiro
Review Article

Avaliação das compensações linfáticas no pós-operatório de câncer de mama com dissecção axilar através da linfocintilografia

Evaluation of lymphatic compensation by lymphoscintigraphy in the postoperative period of breast cancer surgery with axillary dissection

Laura Ferreira de Rezende; Felipe Villela Pedras; Celso Dario Ramos; Maria Salete Costa Gurgel

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Resumo

O sistema linfático é um componente do corpo humano intimamente relacionado ao sistema venoso. Entretanto, o conhecimento científico a seu respeito é limitado. A etiologia e os fatores de risco para o desenvolvimento do linfedema no pós-operatório de câncer de mama são multifatoriais e ainda não foram completamente esclarecidos. O objetivo desta revisão da literatura foi descrever o padrão linfocintilográfico e avaliar as compensações linfáticas do membro superior no pós-operatório de câncer de mama com dissecção axilar.

Palavras-chave

Sistema linfático, drenagem linfática, dissecção axilar, linfocintilografia, câncer de mama

Abstract

The lymphatic system is a component of the human body that is closely related to the venous system. However, scientific knowledge of this system is limited. The etiology and risk factors for the development of postoperative lymphedema in patients with breast cancer seem to be multifactorial and have not been fully understood yet. The objective of this review of the literature was to describe lymphoscintigraphic pattern and to evaluate upper limb lymphatic compensation following breast cancer surgery with axillary dissection.

Keywords

Lymphatic system, lymphatic drainage, axillary dissection, lymphoscintigraphy, breast cancer

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