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Pages 30-31 30 www.wjrr.org Abstract-Lymphangioma is a benign disease characterized by roliferation of lymphatic tissue that is initiated from early failure of communication of lymphatic spaces along with normal main draining lymphatic vessels. Lymphangioma is known as a congenital malformation instead of an acquired tumor. Lymphangiomas often extend deep into the tissues while they are histologically benign. Based on current evidence, lymphangiomas are rarely observed in the mediastinum.doi:10.31871/wjrr.7.3.3 fatcat:qsbo4bfhmve3hp76fq4okz2rza