Lymphangioma

What is Lymphangioma?

General term for tumors formed by a mass of anomalous lymphatic vessels or channels that vary in size, are usually greatly dilated, and are lined with normal endothelial cells; lymphoid tissue is usually present in the peripheral portions of the lesions, which are present at birth, or shortly thereafter, and probably represent maldevelopment of lymphatic vessels (rather than true neoplasms); they occur most frequently in the neck and axilla, but may also develop in the arm, mesentery, retroperitoneum, and other sites.

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I have had a lump on my neck since jan 17 and after many tests ( MRI , CT, biopsy), doctors think but aren t sure that it is a lymphangioma. I am...

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Hi,
Lymphangioma can fluctuate in size but does not disappear completely.
First of all we have to be certain that the swelling is in fact...

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My 3 year old son has three pea size knots on his right side of his neck that are painless but has a grape size one on the left side that is tender...

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Children frequently develop enlarged nodes when they are affected with cold/flu,
upper respiratory tract infections etc.,
These nodes will...

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my husband had testicle masses and ultrasound said malignacy is not excluded or possible lymphangiomas. dr. decided on his own to cut on the...

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a reddish brown semen is propably due to prostatitis or bleeding in the prostate or seminal vesicle.. he needs to have an ultrasound on his pelvis...

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