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Abdominal Cystic Lymphangioma
Surgery recommended: Abdominal cystic lymphangioma is a very rare benign condition of the bowel that presents in infancy or early childhood, usually with a palpable mass(or as a finding on ultrasound). There aren't any foods to avoid - unless complications such as bowel obstruction or peritonitis occur. Usually surgery is recommended as the means to prevent bowel complications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Foetal scan showed cystic hygroma in neck, head and abdomen. Awaiting results of cvs. Advised to terminate. Chances of good outcome before decision.
My doctor recently discovered a 20 cm cystic mass in my abdomen that may be originating from one of my ovaries. Would it be possible to save my ovary?
18 yr old has pain in lower parts of right side of abdomen, side, and right lower back has history of lapband, h pyloria, poly cy cystic fibrosis
Well circumscribed hypoechoic 4.8 cm cystic mass. Thickened internal septations, perifpheral mural nodularity and calcification. Pain upper abdomen.
Ovarian: I assume the report is describing an ovarian cyst which may be fluid filled. If so, your gynecologist is best qualified to evaluate and advise you. It is not clear if this is the cause of your abdominal discomfort since the discomfort is not in the pelvic area. Other imaging studies may be recommended. ...Read more
Pain in the left abdomen side,Anal pain, ultra sonic results: shows bulky right seminal vesicle with cystic dilatation of seminal ducts. ?
Left abdominal pain: Left side abdominal pain/ anal pain may be constipation, fissures, hemorrhoids,herpetic infection radiculopathy, neuropathy , increased intraabdominal pressure,post surgical adhesions or diverticulitis,inflammatory. The sonogram testes abnormalities were on the right so it is much less likely to be a cause. Discuss with your doctor recent abdominal/pelvic CT/MRI results and your pain. ...Read more
Not usually: Lymphangiomas contain no nerves, and thus the size and stretch caused by one does not cause pain. However, a large one overlying a body part that is needed a lot (eg, the eye) can be really annoying. More than anything, they are a cosmetic issue, and if they are hindering daily function or causing great distress, they can be surgically removed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Enlargement: Lymphangiomas are a benign congenital tumor mostly of the head and neck in children. In some cases it occurs in the abdomen or pelvis and grows to an enormous size at which time it can be painful. Even in the skin of the head and neck at times the lesion has some mild tenderness. In the presence of lymphedema it is the Stewart Treves syndrome representing a lymphangiosarcoma. ...Read more
Emm what if u have something like lymphangioma but then its on the foot.. Cuz i think my one similiar to it?
Dr. with experience: Should consult physician with experience in therapy of congenital lesions.Cystic lymphangioma can be treated by surgeon or by noninvasive technique by interventional radiologist with instillation of sclerosing chemical agents that can shrink the cavities of lesion. Sometimes requires combination of chemical therapy and surgery.Consistency of lesion usually depicted by ultrasound exam ...Read more
Congenital malformat: Uncommon, hamartomatous, congenital malformations of the lymphatic system that involve the skin and subcutaneous tissues. Small number of vesicles on the skin at birth or shortly after. In subsequent years, they tend to increase in number, and the area of skin involved continues to expand. ...Read more
Yes and No: About 70% 0f lymphangiomas are seen associatted with genetic syndromes. It is frequently seen in patients with turner syndrome (x0) & occasionally seen in down syndrome (trisomy 21) and others. It also occurs sporadicly in otherwise normal kids. The largest one i ever saw was locates over the trunk and side of a normal kid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sclerosing agents: Traditionally, surgical removal of lymphangioma has been the first treatment modality to be attempted. This approach has been on occasion, associated with complications and risks. Other than for the 6-10% incidence of cases demonstrating spontaneous regression , steroids have been utilized to cause regression or , OK-432 (picibanil) is more frequently employed as a sclerosant. . ...Read more
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