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Table 4 Surgical Details

From: Long-term symptom control following resection of cervical lymphatic malformations: a case series

 Unilateral40 (93.0%)
 Bilateral3 (7.0%)
 Submandibular gland excision8 (18.6%)
 Floor of mouth resection14 (32.6%)
 Parapharyngeal space24 (55.8%)
  1. Surgical details for patients in the series. Given that most patients had a stage 3 or lower lesion, it is expected that those associated surgeries would be unilateral. However, there was variety in the extent of surgery and anatomic areas in need of dissection. These data points were evaluated as predictors of the postoperative symptomatic course