A Newborn with Right Eye Proptosis Secondary to Lymphangioma
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Lymphangiomas are relatively rare, benign, congenital malformations, which may affect the conjunctiva, lids and orbit of the eyes. Lymphangiomas are commonly located behind the orbital septum and usually manifest with proptosis, as well as the pain caused by spontaneous intralesional hemorrhage or upper respiratory infection. In this article, we present the case of a female neonate born to a mother with triplet pregnancy....

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