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Do children grow out of lymphangiomas?

In some cases, children do grow out of lymphangiomas. This occurs approximately 15 percent of the time. In most cases, however, lymphangiomas are a life-long condition. These benign tumors of the lymphatic system are generally painless and rarely life-threatening.

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How long do lymphangiomas last?
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Lymphangiomas are generally a life-long condition. These tumors of the lymphatic system are often pr...
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Are lymphangiomas life-threatening?
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In the vast majority of cases, lymphangiomas are not life-threatening. The condition is associated w...
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Do lymphangiomas affect children differently than adults?
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Children are more often affected by lymphangiomas than adults because symptoms of the condition gene...
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Should I be worried about lymphangiomas?
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You probably do not have to worry about lymphangiomas. Lymphangiomas are a rare condition that gener...
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