of the spleen: a case report.
Cavernous malformation (CM), also known as cavernous angioma
, cavernous hemangioma or cavernoma, is a highly vascular lesion that can be found anywhere in the body.
The most common malformations of cerebral blood vessels that require embolization include aneurysms, angiomas
, carotid-cavernous fistulae, and dura mater fistulae.
Concomitant cavernous hemangioma and venous angioma
of the orbit.
Hemangiomas (Greek haima, "blood", and angioma
, "tumor of vessel") are growths of blood vessels and may be benign or malignant' Colour pictures of these particular conditions are also given, amongst many others throughout the book.
Causes of haemorrhagic stroke Vascular Intravascular Congenital vascular Haematological disorders anomalies AVMs Immune thrombocytopenic purpura Venous angioma
Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura Cavernous Haemophilic states malformation Intracranial Factor deficiencies Liver dysfunction Vit K aneurysm deficiency Vasculopathies Moyamoya Connective tissue disorders Sickle cell disease
Serpiginosum (AS) is composed of tiny vascular punctae located in a patch or segmental pattern.
However, a closer look at the lesion immediately prior to surgery revealed multiple bluish, angiomatous streaks resembling an angioma
overlying the superior part of the mass.
Among the minor malformations, we found a five times higher rate of angioma
, benign tumours made up of small blood vessels on or near the surface of the skin.
A preliminary study of pyogenic granuloma, portwine stain, cavernous hemangioma, cherry angioma
, Kaposi's sarcoma and malignant hemangioendothilioma, J Dermatol, 26: 577-86.
Q IAM84 and have a painful rash, called an angioma
, on my left thigh.
the prevalence of cherry angioma
had increased with age, while warts were observed with lower frequency .
Lily was born with an angioma
, a collection of blood vessels in the top of her head that came out in a bulbous growth.
Preliminary note on the treatment of vertebral angioma
by percutaneous acrylic vertebroplasty.
Some entities that can mimic melanoma include a halo nevus, solar lentigo, traumatized blue nevus, seborrheic keratosis, pigmented basal cell carcinoma, pigmented Bowen's disease, pigmented squamous cell carcinoma, and thrombosed angioma