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  1. Cystic Hygroma - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-09-20
  2. Social implications of algorithmic management in cases of cystic hygroma.(Editorial): An article from: Southern Medical Journal by Benjamin R. Bates, 2004-07-01
  3. Cystic hygroma exacerbated by pregnancy.(Head And Neck Clinic): An article from: Ear, Nose and Throat Journal by Sofia Avitia, Ryan F. Osborne, 2005-02-01
  4. Descriptive epidemiology of cystic hygroma: Hawaii, 1986 to 1999.(Original Article): An article from: Southern Medical Journal by Mathias B. Forrester, Ruth D. Merz, 2004-07-01
  5. Cystic hygroma-lymphangioma: A rare and still unclear entity (Laryngoscope. Supplement) by Thomas L Kennedy, 1989

81. Re Cystic Hygroma-hydrops Any Help Please!! Poor Prenatal
Subject Re cystic hygromahydrops any help please!! Today I am 16weeks along, and our baby also has hydrops and cystic hygroma.

82. UMB 830
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DISORDER: Cystic Hygroma
SEX: Unknown
RACE: Caucasian
LENGTH OF TIME IN STORAGE AS OF MARCH 2004: 2320 days AVAILABLE TISSUE ....FIXED.... BRAIN (Protocol Method 1) (not available) OTHER ORGAN SYSTEMS (not available) ....FROZEN.... BRAIN (Protocol Method 1) (not available) OTHER ORGAN SYSTEMS GASTROINTESTINAL- (Liver), INTEGUMENTARY- (Skin), MUSCULO SKELETAL- (Bone (rib), Long Bone, Psoas), RESPIRATORY- (Lung), URINARY- (Kidney), OTHER TISSUE- (Placenta)

83. Karger Publishers
Paper. Outcome of Fetal cystic hygroma and Experience of Intrauterine Treatment KeikoOgita a , Sachiyo Suita a,c , Tomoaki Taguchi a,c , Takeshi Yamanouchi a,c

84. ǹ˦¾õ¥ê¥ó¥Ñ´É¼ð Cystic Lymphangioma,cystic Hygroma
thyroglossal duct cyst,midline. cystic lymphangioma,cystic hygroma. 3? 96
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85. Julie Mayer Hunt Case Study Two
Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care and the Resolution of cystic hygroma in. ConclusionA case report of a 12year-old female with cystic hygroma is presented.
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Resolution of Cystic Hygroma in A Twelve-Year-Old Female: A Case Study
Objective : To discuss the case of a 12-year-old female presenting with a mass in the right submandibular region consulting for chiropractic evaluation. Clinical features : A 12-year-old female, accompanied by her mother presented for chiropractic consultation regarding a diagnosis of cystic hygroma. Her mother stated that a mass had developed in her daughter's right submandibular muscle at approximately 5 years of age. Since the age of nine she had four surgical procedures in an effort to resolve the mass and the severe sinus drainage she experienced. All surgical procedures had failed to relieve her severe sinus drainage or contain the development of the mass. The mass was approximately the size of a golf ball on her first visit to the chiropractor. The subject has also suffered from daily morning neck pain and headaches for the past year. Intervention and Outcome
: A case report of a 12-year-old female with cystic hygroma is presented. Integral to her condition is the physical exam finding of significant left C2 lamina pedical point tenderness and associated paravertebral muscle spasms resulting in loss of vertebral motoricity of the cervical vertebral units. The care and treatment was approached with the hypothesis that reduction of the subluxation complex of the upper cervical region may result in improved sinus function and or lymphatic drainage. The successful resolution of the patient's cystic hygroma while under chiropractic care indicates the need for further study of the role of chiropractic care in the case of non-musculoskeletal conditions.

86. OB/GYN News: Cystic Hygroma Prevalence Underappreciated: Found In 1 In 300 Pregn
You are Here Articles OB/GYN News March 15, 2002 Article. cystic hygromaprevalence underappreciated Found in 1 in 300 pregnancies at 1014 weeks.
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NEW ORLEANS First-trimester cystic hygroma is considerably more common in the general population than has been appreciated, Dr. Fergal D. Malone said at the annual meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine. This condition, which is characterized ultrasonographically by an enlarged hypoechoic space at the back of the fetal neck and visible septations, is present in approximately 1 in 300 pregnancies at 1014 weeks' gestation, according to the first prospective data analyzing its prevalence in an unselected population. And unlike third-trimester cystic hygroma, first-trimester cystic hygroma is strongly associated with a range of structural and chromosomal abnormalities.

87. Health Information
Back to Search cystic hygroma (Disease). Definition. A cystic hygromais a thinwalled, sac-like structure filled with lymph. It

88. Cystic Hygroma - Patient UK
cystic hygroma Patient UK. A directory of UK health, disease, illness and relatedmedical websites that provide patient information. cystic hygroma.
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Cystic Hygroma and Hemangioma Online Support Group
A support group with over 300 members who suffer from Cystic Hygroma (lymphangioma) which are malformations of the lymphatic system. Many members from the UK and hundreds from the USA and all other parts of the world. Further sources / More detailed information
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89. Search Health Information
2004. Back to Search cystic hygroma (Disease). Definition. A cystichygroma is a thinwalled, sac-like structure filled with lymph. It

90. Virtual Hospital: The International Thoracic Teaching Resource: Congenital: Lymp
While most of hygromas in the neck or lower face occur in the pediatric age group Painmay result from hemorrhage or infection in the cystic structures.
For Providers The International Thoracic Teaching Resource: Congenital and Neoplastic Diseases
Jeffrey R. Galvin, M.D.; Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D.; Yasayuki Kurihara, M.D.
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Lymphangiomas account for 0.7-4.5% of mediastinal tumors, occurring most commonly in the superior and anterior mediastinum. While most of hygromas in the neck or lower face occur in the pediatric age group, isolated mediastinal lesions occur more commonly in adults. Most Patients are asymptomatic. A mass is first detected on routine chest radiograph. Pain may result from hemorrhage or infection in the cystic structures. Dyspnea may result from compression of major airway. Although lymphangioma is a benign tumor, its infiltrative tendency sometimes makes complete removal difficult and results in a high recurrence rate postoperatively. Etiology/Pathophysiology:
Lymphangiomas are tumor like congenital anomalies or hamartomatous changes consisting of endothelial-lined spaces that can vary from capillary size to several centimeters in diameter. Pathology:
A collection of dilated lymph vessels is noted. They may be supported by connective tissue stroma of variable thickness that contains lymphoid tissue, round cells, and smooth muscle. These lesions often contain a thin, clear or straw-colored fluid.

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92. Dermatlas: Online Dermatology Image Library Dermatology Image,cystic Hygroma,lym
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