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Cystic hygroma is a rare benign abnormality of the lymphatic system generally occurring in young children less than 2 years old. The standard transcervical surgical treatment of cystic hygroma may often leave a permanent scar in the neck region. Case presentation: We report a case of cystic hygroma in a 19-month-old Asian baby girl successfully treated with robot-assisted excision through a hairline neck-lift approach. We present the use of the Yang's retractor as an instrumental advancement todoi:10.1186/s13256-016-0929-0 pmid:27276912 pmcid:PMC4899928 fatcat:5txazyqyxbel7hxezakckanlga