At Pathways, we encourage our articles to be evidence-based and properly referenced. Due to space restrictions, we can’t always include the authors’ complete list of works cited in the magazine. For your convenience, we have created this database of archived Pathways references.

Fall Fall 2020 References

  • Lipedema – A new paradigm shift
    An interview with Dr. Tobias Bertsch 
  • Anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic system
    By Kathleen Francis
  • LYMQOL: Measuring the effect of lymphedema on quality-of-life
    By Vaughan Keeley and Katie Riches


Summer Summer 2020 References

  • What is the link between lymphedema and obesity?
    By Dr. Babak Mehrara and Dr. George Kokosis
  • Myths, mysteries, and the art of reviewing evidence
    By Dr. Rhian Noble-Jones
  • Obesity: The Canadian Perspective
    By David Keast


Spring Spring 2020 References

  • An update on the genetics of primary lymphedema
    By: Dr. Kristina Gordon
  • A positive life is central to positive health
    An interview with Dr. Machteld Huber
  • Book review: The Complete Lymphedema Management and Nutrition Guide
    By Popi Kasvis and Marize Ibrahim


Winter Winter 2019/2020 References

  • Dutch Best Practice Lymphedema Guidelines
    By: Dr. Robert Damstra
  • A New Paradigm for Diagnosis and Treatment of Edemas
    By: Heather Hettrick & Robyn Bjork
Fall Fall 2019 References

  • Obesity’s Impact
    By: Paula Stewart
  • Health Economics
    By: Nicole Stout 
  • Prospective Surveillance
    By: Jill Binkley
  • Highlights from the 2019 ILF Conference in Chicago
    By: Anna Towers and Anna Kennedy
  • Scientific research developments
    By Pierre-Yves von der Weid
Summer Summer 2019 References

  • Exercise and Physical Activity
    By: Kevin Repato and Margie McNeely
  • Lymphedema in gynecological cancer
    By: Shirin Shallwani 
  • Canada’s New Food Guide and Lymphedema
    By: Jean LaMantia
  • Ask the Expert: Risk Reduction 
Spring Spring 2019 References

  • Innovations in diagnostics
    By: Mike Bernas
  • Aquatic exercise training and lymphedema 
    By: Andree Dionne
  • Self-care – A therapist’s thoughts
    By: Bonnie Lasinski
  • Unusual relations or a delicate balance?
    By: Neil Piller
Winter Winter 2019 References

  • Technology and Lymphedema

By: Melanie Thomas

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Fall Fall 2018 References

  • Low level laser therapy for lymphedema

By: Sapphire Kroetsch BKin, Courtney Whitehead BScKin, and Margaret McNeely PT, PhD.

  • Lymphedema and related symptoms

By: Sheila H. Ridner, PhD, RN, FAAN

Summer Summer 2018 References

  • The rise of the robots and AI – their impact on lymphedema diagnosis and treatment 

         By Neil Piller

Spring 2018 References

  • The lymphedema patient as director of care: The Dutch, patient-centred approach
    By Jose van Esch-Smeenge
  • Resilience: Learning to cope with lymphedema
    By Marc Hamel
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Winter 2018 References

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Fall 2017 References

  • Quality of life following surgical management of lymphedema
    By Dr. Alex Munnoch
  • The development of a new diagnostic tool: Elastography
    By Robert Kilgour, Hassan Rivaz and Dr. Anna Towers
  • Lipo-lymphedema: Working collaboratively to improve a patient’s life
    By Edith Mulhall and Wendy Leroux

Lymphedema Medication Brings Hope (Full Transcript)
By Stanley Rockson

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Summer 2017 References

  • Nutrition for lymphedema
    By Jean LaMantia
  • Resistance exercise with compression for women with lymphedema
    By Mona Onazi and Margaret McNeely
  • What’s different about head and neck lymphedema? 
    By Brad Smith 
Spring Spring 2017 References

  • The rising prevalence of lymphedema in Canada
    By David Keast and Anna Towers
  • Exercise and lymphedema
    By Karin Johansson
  • Skin characteristics of lymphedema
    By Carol Armstrong
  • Parents raising children with primary lymphedema 
    By E. Radina, K. Kawamura, M. Martin, S. Rich, L. Clark, L. Ramsay and A. Oddo 
Winter Winter 2017 References

  • Pediatric Lymphedema
    By Chantal Lapointe and Catherine McCuaig
  • Taking heart when your heart sinks
    By Jane Turner
  • Reimbursement Inequities
    By Anna Kennedy and Nicole Boulet
  • Transepidermal Water Loss
    By Terence Ryan

Fall 2016 References

  • Taking care of your lower limbs
    By Gurdish Sandhu
  • If you can breathe you can do yoga
    By Alexandra Fabbi
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Summer 2016 References

  • Precautionary practices for lymphedema
    By Maria Asdourian et. al.

Spring 2016 References

  • Symptom reporting as a useful tool to detect lymphedema
    By Mei R. Fu


Winter 2016 References

  • Studying inflammation-induced lymphatic dysfunction to better understand lymphedema
    By Dr. Pierre-Yves von der Weid
  • Surgery for lymphedema treatment
    By Dr. Jay Granzow

Fall 2015 References

  • Making the case for safe and effective resistance exercise
    By Kristin Campbell
  • Infection and overlying skin changes in lymphedema
    By Arissa Sperou
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  • Technologies improve accuracy and reliability of lymphedema measurement
    By Margie McNeely
  • Top 10 Self-Care Tips for Lymphedema
    By Lori Radke
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  • Using Pneumatic Compression in lymphedema treatment
    By Karen Ashforth
  • Kinesio Taping and Lymphedema
    By Ruth Coopee

Surgical Treatment Options for Lymphedema (Expanded)

Forty Years of Devoted Research (Expanded)

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  • Head and Neck Lymphedema
    By Steve Norton
  • Nutrition Considerations in Lymphedema
    By Hillary Sachs
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  • Managing the Psychosocial Aspects of Lymphedema
    By Jane Durston
Summer 2014 References

  • Lower Limb Lymphedema after Gynecological Cancer Surgery: An Overview
    By Mei Fu, Kun Li and Jeanna Qui
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  • Understanding Cellulitis: A serious concern for lymphedema patients and those at risk
    By: Dr. Mieke Flour
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  • Lymphedema and Exercise
    By Dorit Tidhar & DeCourcy Squire
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  • The Story of Abreast in a Boat
    By Susan Harris
  • Dragon Boating vs. Lymphedema
    By Don McKenzie
  • Occupational Therapy – It’s all about hope
    By Tricia Morrison, in conjunction with Roanne Thomas and Ryan Hamilton
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  • Radiation Therapy and the Lymphatic System
    By Amy Baker, John Semple and Miles Johnston
  • Protect Your Quality of Life from Lymphedema
    By Elizabeth McMahon
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Spring 2013 References

  • Recent Development in Axillary Lymph Node Management in Breast Cancer
    By Winkle Kwan
  • Because it Matters… Getting more physically active one step at a time
    By Margie McNeely
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  • The Contemporary Surgical Treatment of Lymphedema
    By Janice Cormier and Kate Cromwell
  • Writing Lymphedema Case Reports and Presentations
    By Anna Towers
  • A Model of a Lymphedema Self-Management Clinic
    By Pamela Hammond, Sylvia Crowhurst, Stephanie Phan, Aleksandra Chafranskaia and Pamela Catton
Fall 2012 optimizedFall Fall 2012 References

  • Donning Aids for Compression Garments
    By Leda Raptis
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  • Compression Therapy: A position document on compression bandaging
    By Christine Moffatt and Deborah Glover
  • The Science of Compression
    By David Keast
  • Prescribing Compression Garments for Lymphostatic and Venous Edemas
    By Angela Vollmer
  • Lymphedema Never Sleeps
    By John Mulligan
Spring  Spring 2012 References

  • Early Shoulder Exercises for Reducing Complications After Breast Cancer Treatment
    By Dorit Tidhar