Abstract

Near-infrared fluorescence lymphatic imaging using indocyanine green is used to assess the lymphatic anatomy and contractile function in pediatric patients with primary lymphedema and postoperative chylothorax without the need for ionizing radiation or sedation.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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