THE CLINICAL CASE OF THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF CYSTIC LYMPHANGIOMA OF THE COMPLEX ANATOMICAL LOCALIZATION IN CHILD AGED OF 1 YEAR 7 MONTHS
Lymphangiomas are non-specific formations developing from the lymphatic vessels, occupying an intermediate position between the tumor and the developmental malformation. The most frequent localization of the pathology is the face and neck area (75%) and the axillary region (20%), less than 1% of cases are located in the mediastinum. According to the literature data, the only radical treatment is surgical, but there is a high prevalence rate of relapses (25%). This article is devoted to the analysis of the clinical case of the treatment of lymphangioma of the complex anatomical localization, reflecting the complexity of the diagnosis and radical relapse-free treatment of this pathology.
About the authorsPoddubnyy Igor V.
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