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Secondary upper extremity lymphedema after lymph node dissection in breast cancer patients is a major complication affecting their quality of life. As lymphatic function is compromised before symptoms develop in most cases, early diagnosis and intervention before symptomatic manifestation is known to prevent severe progression of lymphedema. In this case report, we present a patient with secondary lymphedema, whose disease could be diagnosed at an early stage using indocyanine green (ICG)doi:10.14449/jbd.2019.7.2.117 fatcat:ys46svzvsrhxlebw4vzdp42k54