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Sclerotherapy treatment of orbital lymphatic malformations: a large single-centre experience
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    We thank the authors for their prompt reply and do want to thank them for this wonderful paper which definitely serves as an excellent continuing professional development(CPD) module for us and will also be used by many CPD providers immediately after its publication

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    Re:Orbital lymphatic malformation may shrink with treatment of anaemia

    The authors thank Mr Moreker for his letter regarding our series. We agree that these are often complex cases and that each patient should be assessed holistically and discussed individually, ideally in a multidisciplinary setting. We do not check haemoglobin levels in all the patients referred to us, in part because severe anaemia in otherwise well children is rare in the UK population, but we agree that this should be...

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    Re:Orbital lymphatic malformation may shrink with treatment of anaemia

    The authors thank Mr Moreker for his letter regarding our series. We agree that these are often complex cases and that each patient should be assessed holistically and discussed individually, ideally in a multidisciplinary setting. We do not check haemoglobin levels in all the patients referred to us, in part because severe anaemia in otherwise well children is rare in the UK population, but we agree that this should be...

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    Orbital lymphatic malformation may shrink with treatment of anaemia

    The large single center experience of Barnacle et al does convince one of the need to use sclerotherapy and withhold surgery in such cases. But lymphatic malformations are the most varied in terms of presentations. Each malformation is different and it is not possible to club the various kinds of seemingly one type of malformations ,together, in one group ; nor would it be possible to state which modality should be fi...

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