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Seven years of swollen limbs
Glover said that a machine called a Lympha Press is often used to help lymphedema sufferers control the swelling in their limbs. Through a series of pneumatic sleeves, it pushes the albumin back into the veins so it can be discharged from the body.
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Für seinen Beitrag mit dem Titel Lympha wurde der ebenfalls 1981 geborene Steffen Wick aus Stuttgart ausgezeichnet.

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Lympha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lympha (plural Lymphae) is an ancient Roman deity of fresh water.
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Lympha or Sequential: The cells in the garment inflate one by one, starting over the hand or foot. This creates a gentle "milking" pressure wave.
lympha - definition of lympha in the Medical dictionary - by the Free
lympha /lym·pha/ (lim´fah) [L.] lymph. lymph [limf].
lympha - Wiktionary
[edit] Noun. lympha (genitive lymphae); f, first declension. pure water, spring water Retrieved from "http://en.
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