A Case Report on Cystic Hygroma of Arm Treated with OK-432

The example of a newborn baby with Down’s syndrome who had a cystic hygroma in his left arm and forearm is described in the current study. Cystic hygromas are a type of lymphangioma that commonly develop in the axilla and cervico-facial regions. The main indications for treatment include respiratory distress, recurring infections, or aesthetic concerns.…
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