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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
The majority of patients with lymphangioma are asymptomatic.<ref name="wiki">Lymphangioma. Wikipedia (2016) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lymphangioma Accessed on March 3, 2015</ref><ref name="patho">Lymphangioma. PathologyOutlines (2016) http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/topic/softtissuelymphangiomacystic.html Accessed on March 5, 2016</ref><ref name="patho2">Lymphangioma. Libre Pathology (2016) http://librepathology.org/wiki/Vascular_tumours#Lymphangioma Accessed on March 5, 2016</ref><ref name="radio"> Lymphangioma. Radiopeadia (2016) http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lymphangioma Accessed on March 5, 2016</ref> 
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The majority of patients with lymphangioma are asymptomatic.
==History==
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* When evaluating a patient for lymphangioma , you should take a detailed history of the presenting symptom (duration, onset, progression), other associated symptoms, and a thorough medication review. Other specific areas of focus when obtaining the history are outlined below:
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==History and symptoms==
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===History===
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* When evaluating a patient for lymphangioma , you should take a detailed history of the presenting symptom (duration, onset, progression), other associated symptoms, and a thorough medication review. Other specific areas of focus when obtaining the history are outlined below:<ref name="wiki">Lymphangioma. Wikipedia (2016) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lymphangioma Accessed on March 3, 2015</ref>
 
:* Review family history for members with positive history of the disease
 
:* Review family history for members with positive history of the disease
 
:* Review medical history for [[genetic]] disorders  
 
:* Review medical history for [[genetic]] disorders  
==Symptoms==
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===Symptoms===
 
* The majority of patients with lymphangioma are asymptomatic.
 
* The majority of patients with lymphangioma are asymptomatic.
* As the mass increases in size, lymphangioma patients may develop site-specific symptoms, such as:  
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* As the mass increases in size, lymphangioma patients may develop site-specific symptoms, such as:<ref name="patho">Lymphangioma. PathologyOutlines (2016) http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/topic/softtissuelymphangiomacystic.html Accessed on March 5, 2016</ref><ref name="patho2">Lymphangioma. Libre Pathology (2016) http://librepathology.org/wiki/Vascular_tumours#Lymphangioma Accessed on March 5, 2016</ref><ref name="radio"> Lymphangioma. Radiopeadia (2016) http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lymphangioma Accessed on March 5, 2016</ref>
 
:* [[Dysphagia]]
 
:* [[Dysphagia]]
 
:* Difficulty breathing
 
:* Difficulty breathing
 
:* [[Constipation]]  
 
:* [[Constipation]]  
 
:* [[Failure to thrive]]
 
:* [[Failure to thrive]]
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1] Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Haytham Allaham, M.D. [2]

Overview

The majority of patients with lymphangioma are asymptomatic.

History and symptoms

History

  • When evaluating a patient for lymphangioma , you should take a detailed history of the presenting symptom (duration, onset, progression), other associated symptoms, and a thorough medication review. Other specific areas of focus when obtaining the history are outlined below:[1]
  • Review family history for members with positive history of the disease
  • Review medical history for genetic disorders

Symptoms

  • The majority of patients with lymphangioma are asymptomatic.
  • As the mass increases in size, lymphangioma patients may develop site-specific symptoms, such as:[2][3][4]

References

  1. Lymphangioma. Wikipedia (2016) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lymphangioma Accessed on March 3, 2015
  2. Lymphangioma. PathologyOutlines (2016) http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/topic/softtissuelymphangiomacystic.html Accessed on March 5, 2016
  3. Lymphangioma. Libre Pathology (2016) http://librepathology.org/wiki/Vascular_tumours#Lymphangioma Accessed on March 5, 2016
  4. Lymphangioma. Radiopeadia (2016) http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lymphangioma Accessed on March 5, 2016

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