How is lymphangiomatosis diagnosed?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Lymphangiomatosis is usually diagnosed through the benign tumors of the lymphatic system associated with the condition. These tumors can be revealed by body scans such as x-rays, CT (Computed Tomography), or MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). A sample of the tumors may also be tested to confirm the diagnosis.

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