Dear sir, My 2 years old girl baby is having a birth defect, diagnosis as a Cystic Hygroma(right side of the lower neck region and stretched to the right side of the pina ).When she was 1 1/2 months she has been underwent an operation and excised one part of this lesion as her respiration was in a bad condition. Now the other part is still remain and our pediatric surgon recomended to do another operation after investigating the latest MRI report of her. So, I would be very greatful please help me on this regards and please consult me how to get rid of my baby from this wretched hygroma. Your early reply in this rehards is highly appreciated. Thank you Sajeewani Rajanayaka (Mother of the baby)
Hi.... I understand your concern. I have just read through your query. I also suggest that you go ahead with the surgery as your paediatric surgeon has suggested after going through the MRI report. Surgery is the only curative option for this cystic hygroma, but recurrence is also a possibility. So I suggest that you keep that in mind before going ahead with surgery. Regards - Dr. Sumanth
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