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Cervical lymphangioma in an adult – A case report

Dr. Babita Chettri Chettri, Prof R. Ramesh, Dr Umapathy, Dr Appu Mathi Roga Rajan

Abstract


Lymphangiomas are considered to be congenital malformations of lymphatic channels. 50-60% are present at birth and 80-90% are detected at second year of life. These lesions are rare in adults but can occur as late as fifth decade of life. They arise commonly in the neck.

Keywords


Lymphangiomas, lesions, Fifth decade, Congenital Malformations

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