Although rare, two of the most common congenital neck masses diagnosed during pregnancy are cervical teratomas and cervical lymphatic malformations. Learn about the delivery and treatment options of neck masses.
The treatment of lymphatic malformations is complex and requires a multidisciplinary team, including pediatric interventional radiology. At CHOP, there are two pediatric interventional radiologists with a special interest in treating vascular malformations.
Just as prenatal imaging is imperative to establishing the diagnosis of fetal neck mass, genetic testing can be crucial to determining prognosis, availability of fetal interventions and recurrence risk for a family.