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What would I do about a lymphangioma of the small intestinal?
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Dr. Trent Proffitt
Surgery - Vascular
In brief: Depends
Surgical resection or possible embolization or ablation using a scope if they can get to it.
Using catheter-based intervention such as embolization is effective and less painful than surgery and can be done as an outpatient.

In brief: Depends
Surgical resection or possible embolization or ablation using a scope if they can get to it.
Using catheter-based intervention such as embolization is effective and less painful than surgery and can be done as an outpatient.
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