JOURNAL OF EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE

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2019 Month : February Volume : 6 Issue : 5 Page : 317-319

RECURRENT CERVICAL LYMPHANGIOMA IN AN ADULT- A CASE REPORT.

Sujitha U1, Sampurna K2, Anunayi J3, Triveni B4

Corresponding Author:
Dr. Sujitha U,
Postgraduate Resident,
Department of Pathology,
Osmania Medical College,
Hyderabad, Telangana.
E-mail: sujithaudayakumar5@gmail.com
DOI: 10.18410/jebmh/2019/65

 

PRESENTATION OF THE CASE
A 32 years old male presented in our hospital with swelling in right side of lateral aspect of lower neck for 6 months which was initially small in size, gradually increased over 6 months to present size of 6 x 5 cms. He complained of slight discomfort during neck movement. He had no pain over swelling, shortness of breath, dysphagia, dysphonia and had no other swelling in body. He was operated for similar swelling in right side of neck at same location 1 year back. He remained asymptomatic for 6 months; then he noticed a recurrence of present swelling in same location.