lymphangioma tuberosum multiplex

lym·phan·gi·o·ma tu·be·ro·sum mul·ti·plex

a cutaneous lesion characterized by multiple, slightly red, cystlike nodules (located chiefly on the trunk), resulting from fairly large lymphatic vessels and spaces, and groups of proliferating endothelial cells; the lesion has some gross resemblance to spiradenoma, except for the characteristic location.

lymphangioma tuberosum multiplex

An obsolete term for:
(1) Lymphangioma;
(2) Lymphangiomatosis.
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Syringoma was first described by Kaposi and Biesiadeki in 1874 as Lymphangioma Tuberosum Multiplex (9).
Lymphangioma tuberosum multiplex. In: Fagge CH editor.