2009, Number 2
Rev Mex Cir Pediatr 2009; 16 (2)
Sánchez-Nava J, Mejia-Sanchez MR, Sanchez-Michaca VJ, Jiménez-Urueta PS, Lezama-del Valle P, Ramírez-Hernández I
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ABSTRACTIntroduction: linfagiomas are congenital malformations of the lymphatic system, are classified in quisticos, cavernous and mixed or macro and microquisticos. Are characterized by spaces lengthy limited by endothelium, which vary in size from channels microscopic up large cysts. The linfangiomas microquisticos show predilection for tongue.
Material and Methods: Were reviewed 300 dossiers clinical with diagnosis of linfagioma, 1l2 presented lymphangioma of tongue. Discusses usual parameters as well as evaluation of the volume of the injury by clinic and ultrasound. The 0K432 will prepare diluting 0.1 mg in 10 ml isotonic solution 0.9%, every six weeks was evaluated the patient
Discussion: The linfagiomas of tongue are rare, its clinical presentation is obvious and this work represents the maximum number of patients presented so far. The response with the OK 432 is satisfactory, improving in the form important bite and swallowing. The resection of the residual fibrosis and macroglossia should be handled in the form early to avoid complications such as, macrostomia and dislocation of jaw, alterations in the bite or problems as they feed. The resection can be settled even for the residual injury without the need for resection wedge resection of the fibrosis residual or wedge of le language is very useful for the aesthetic aspect and the final results of these cases