Acute presentation of lymphangioma of the retroperitoneum.


A 20 year old female student presented to A&E with a one week history of epigastri discomfort radiating to her back with associated nausea and mild constipation. On examination her abdomen was tender but soft. There were no other significant symptoms or signs. She was admitted with a working diagnosis of biliary colic. Routine blood tests were normal. She… (More)


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@article{Taylor2004AcutePO, title={Acute presentation of lymphangioma of the retroperitoneum.}, author={Donald Hugh Taylor and C. Loughrey}, journal={The Ulster Medical Journal}, year={2004}, volume={73}, pages={129 - 131} }