Scrotal Microcystic Lymphangioma: A Case Report with Clinical and Dermoscopic Aspects
*Corresponding author: Oukarfi Sara*, Rassoasmae, Baybay Hanane, Sara Elloudi and Fatima Z. Mernissi
Cystic lymphangioma is a relatively frequent condition. However, the scrotum is one of the least common sites. The diagnosis is made with ultrasonography and the treatment of limited and circumscribed cases, is surgical excision or sclerotherapy where appropriate. We report the case of a 23-year-old boy who presented with asymptomatic scrotal vesicular lesions evolving over 6-years. Clinical and dermoscopic examination supported by ultrasound and histology were in favor of a microcystic lymphangioma.
Cystic Lymphangioma; Circumscriptum; Scrotum; Clinic; Dermoscopy.