Author | Sara Connolly, MD

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Cystic Hygroma in a 1-Year-Old Girl

August 01, 2007

The parents of this 1-year-old girl brought her for evaluation of a neck mass of sudden onset (A). They had first noticed the mass on the morning of presentation. The child had cold symptoms and had been snoring, but she had no history of fever, shortness of breath, wheezing, or stridor. Her activity level and appetite had not changed.