alexa Lymphatic Malformations: A Rare Case of a Gigantic Mesenteric Lymphatic Malformation in a Paediatric Patient

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Lymphatic Malformations: A Rare Case of a Gigantic Mesenteric Lymphatic Malformation in a Paediatric Patient

Lymphatic malformations are considered very rare malformations with their incidence being around 1:4,000. More commonly they present in the neck historically described as cystic hygromas. Ninety percent of cases are diagnosed by 2 years of age. Presentation of a mesenteric lymphatic malformation has an incidence of 1:100,000.

Citation: Jones M, Rigg S, Samnakay N (2014) Lymphatic Malformations: A Rare Case of a Gigantic Mesenteric Lymphatic Malformation in a Paediatric Patient. J Med Diagn Meth 3:159.

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