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Two preeminent lymphologists debate the findings, implications, interpretations, and value of magnetic resonance lymphography (MRL) in the evaluation of peripheral lymphedema. Their contrasting views are discussed in the context of different lymphatic imaging modalities including MRL, lymphoscintigraphy, and microscopic anatomy.pmid:25141463 fatcat:z4zv5axb2nhu3cj5eo7joek6ai