Treatment involves complete removal of the abnormal tissue whenever possible. However, cystic hygromas can often invade other neck structures, making this impossible.
Other treatments have been attempted with only limited success. These include:
The outlook is good if surgery can totally remove the abnormal tissue. In cases where complete...Read more
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