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Subcutaneous Venolymphatic Malformation in the Neck: A Unique Presentation

Subcutaneous Venolymphatic Malformation in the Neck: A Unique Presentation

Vishnu Varathan Moganadass, Shashi Gopalan and Kasturi N

Journal Title:Acta Scientific Otolaryngology
Abstract


Venous malformation is one of the most common type of congenital vascular malformation which normally involves the lymphatic system. It is a common type of congenital vascular lesion with recorded incidence of 0.01%, from this 0.01%, 40% is from the neck region, 40% occurs in the trunk, and another 20% in the extremities. The pathogenesis remains unclear. This article elaborates on the type of venous malformation, imaging modality assisting to come to a definitive diagnosis. Surgical excision is the best compared to non-operative method in managing superficial well encapsulated localized venolymphatic malformation