lymphangiomatous

lym·phan·gi·o·ma·tous

(lim-fan-jē-ō'mă-tŭs),
Pertaining to, characterized by, or containing lymphangioma.
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Lymphangiomatous polyps are rare benign hamartomatous tumors of the palatine tonsils that can cause significant distress to the patients such as sore throat, foreign body sensation, a lumpy feeling the throat region, dysphagia, and eventual suffocation.
Giberson et al described persistent lymphatic drainage in a paediatric age patient after the resection of abdominal wall lymphangiomatous tumour.
Some hemangiomas of the tongue have a lymphangiomatous component, hence the name hemangiolymphangiomas.
lymphangiomatous, lymphangiectatic, telangiectatic and keloidal variants among others.
7) In most patients, the lymphangiomatous process involves additional sites in a diffuse or multifocal fashion such as the liver, mediastinum, and lung, the so-called lymphangiomatosis syndrome.
Two of these patients had lymphangiomatous macroglossia (LM), 1 had lymphangioma circumscriptum (LC), and 2 had a venous malformation (VM).
Lymphangioma-like KS, also referred to as lymphangiomatous KS, contains ectatic and interanastomosing vascular channels frequently devoid of erythrocytes (Figure 3B).
Microscopic examination revealed these cystic spaces to be lymphangiomatous malformations (Fig.
Benign lymphangiomatous papules of the skin following radiotherapy: a report of five new cases and review of the literature.
The lymphangioma extended into the bowel wall, with increased lymphangiomatous spaces particularly prominent in the submucosa.
1-6 Histologically, adrenal cysts have been classified into four groups: 1- Pseudocysts (39%) 2-Parasitic cysts (7%) 3- Epithelial cysts (9%) 4- Endothelial cysts (45%), the latter are subdivided into angiomatous and lymphangiomatous cysts.
The objectives of treatment of lymphangiomatous macroglossia are preservation of taste, restoration of tongue size for articulation, correction of mandibular and dental deformities, and cosmesis.