Lymphangioma of the Finger in a Child: A Report of Two Cases


Lymphangioma is a benign congenital tumor rarely experienced in the upper extremity. There are few reports of the outcomes of treatment of this tumor to guide treatment when it occurs in the finger. Treatment of this disease is challenging. This report presents two cases of lymphangioma in the fingers of children. (Journal of Surgical Orthopaedic Advances 17(2):89–92, 2008)

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Christopher M. Dolan, MD, Julian E. Kuz, MD, and Sandra L. Cottingham, MD, PhD