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lymphangiomas

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Lymphangioma of the retroperitoneum: CT and sonographic characteristics.
Gelal F, Yucel K, Tugsel E, Guney S: Axillary cystic lymphangioma presenting in pregnancy.
Lymphangiomas of the head and neck most commonly occur in the posterior cervical triangle, with 3% to 10% extending into the mediastinum, and 20% involving the axilla.
Lymphangiomas of the oral cavity: A clinicopathologic, immunohistochemical, and electron-microscopic study.
Intra-abdominal mesenteric lymphangioma is an uncommon tumor that usually manifestes in early adulthood.
Lymphangiomas are benign tumors arising from lymphatic channels, usually in the head and neck or axillary region.
Cystic lymphangioma in children: Report of 32 cases including lesions at rare sites.
Most AVLs resemble lymphangiomas and pursue a benign course.
The soft tissue abnormalities in Maffucci's syndrome are usually cavernous or capillary hemangiomas and, less frequently, lymphangiomas and epithelioid hemangioendotheliomas.
A cystic or septate sc rotal mass discovered intraoperatively should not be dismissed as a complex hydrocele, since cystic lymphangiomas predictably recur if incompletely resected.
Lymphangiomas are relatively rare, predominantly seen in children <2 years, accounting for 6% of benign childhood tumors.