Diverse Clinical Nature of Cavernous Lymphangioma explained by Dr Shetty
Hello guys, there are so many research work that is being done in every field. We all should be so thankful to all those who does all these researches and provides with the best results that is being further used. Today I am going to tell you all about one of the research work done by Dr Devi Charan Shetty and his team on Diverse Clinical Nature of the Cavernous Lymphangioma. Here you will get an insight of the research work that is being done till now.
Lymphagioma are the congenital malformations of the lymphatic system which mainly involves skin and subcutaneous tissue. This hamartomatous lesion was at first described by the Redenbacher in 1823. Lymphagiomas are believed to arise as the result of the lymph sac sequestration that fails to establish communication with larger lymphatic channels. They have been marked predilection for the head and neck region in 75% of the cases. According to the reports, around 50% of the leisons are noticed at the birth and 90% of the cases are noticed by 2 years of the age. Oral lymphangioma may be present in the tongue, palate, buccal mucosa, gingiva and the lip. Lymphagioma are the 3 types that are known as the simplex, cavernous and cystic lymphangioma. Now according to the research report by the Dr DC Shetty if we consider the cavernous lymphangioma then it is usually seen in the fairly dense skim tissue such as the tongue.
Lymphangioma of head and the neck are the benign lymphatic malformations with the marked predilection for the head and the neck. In the oral and the maxillofacial region diagnosis of the lymphatic malformations become very difficult due to the involvement of the vital structures and the chances for the disfigurement, it is rarely seen in the oral cavity lymphangiomas are an eventuality to take into the consideration by the oral surgeon. Earlier recognition is of very importance to initiation of the proper treatm