Lymphangioma Circumscription is usually successfully healed when treated with a flashlamp pulsed dye laser. This can cause port-wine stains and other vascular lesions. Because of the nonencapsulated and "infiltrating" nature of the lymphangioma, complete removal is often not advised and may be impossible without removing other normal areas.
Lymphangioma is a lymphatic malformation, a benign proliferation of lymph vessels, forming a yellowish tumor on the skin, composed of a mass of dilated lymph vessels. It is often removed by a form of surgery using an electric current electrocoagulation