Lymphatic Malformation Type 6 in Three Consecutive Pregnancies: A Rare Cause of Non-Immune Hydrops

Background information: Lymphatic malformation-6 is a type of generalised lymphatic dysplasia (GLD) that causes uniform and widespread lymphedema, as well as pulmonary and intestinal lymphangiectasia, pericardial or chylothoraces effusion, and pleural effusion. It’s notorious for having a high rate of non-immune hydrops fetalis, which can lead to death or full edoema revolution in the newborn.…
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