Prognosis and predictive factors

Recurrences are due to incomplete removal. Current interest is centred on treating these lesions with sclerosing agents {2117}, interferon {1953} or bleomycin {2903A}. Malignant transformation does not occur. There is an exceedingly rare case report of a squa-mous cell carcinoma arising in a lym-phangioma of the tongue {203}.

Fig. 4.38 Lymphangioma. A Cavernous lymphangioma. B Flattened endothelial lining in lymphangioma.

Fig. 4.38 Lymphangioma. A Cavernous lymphangioma. B Flattened endothelial lining in lymphangioma.

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