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Synonyms for hemangioma

benign angioma consisting of a mass of blood vessels

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The histopathological profile of this tumor in conjunction with its immunophenotypic features suggested that it was a granulation tissue-type hemangioma of the vein.
However, the recent advent of propranolol for treatment of severe cases (8) following the unexpected discovery of its effects on hemangioma regression has led to its subsequent popularization of this drug as first-line treatment (9,10).
The Hemangioma of Infancy Group was formed to take a collaborative approach to characterize and study hemangiomas and related tumors.
Radiation therapy for life-threatening huge laryngeal hemangioma involving pharynx and parapharyngeal space.
In interviews, the two pediatric dermatologists spoke about the challenges and benefits of treating hemangioma patients with oral propranolol solution, which was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2014 for "proliferating infantile hemangioma requiring systemic therapy.
El termino PHACE es un acronimo que hace referencia a malformacion en fosa posterior de cerebro (P), hemangioma facial extenso (H), anomalias arteriales (A), anomalias cardiacas (C) y malformacion de globo ocular (E), si a ello se le agrega defecto de desarrollo ventral (defectos de esternon y rafe supraumbilical se le anade (S).
In the cranial-neck magnetic resonance imaging, huge mass lesion (11x10x10 cm) appearance in face-neck left anterolateral made us consider infantile hemangioma primarily and hyperdense areas which may belong to hemorrhage were present inside the mass in the computer tomography angiography imaging made and external karotis artery mass extended from lesion inferior to the inner part of the lesion in branches.
Lobular capillary hemangioma (pyogenic granuloma) occurs in all age groups, children to older adult, but are more frequently encountered in females in their second decade due to hormonal changes.
The lesion was resected and the diagnosis of cavernous type hemangioma was confirmed by pathology studies.
Synovial hemangioma is a rare, though important, diagnosis to consider when treating the patient with knee pain.
The rare "congenital" hemangioma is less understood and present at birth.
We report a case of five-month-old female infant with large segmental facial hemangioma and posterior fossa anomaly.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Gestational diabetes and prenatal progesterone use were among the maternal factors associated with increased risk of infantile hemangioma, a benign vascular neoplasm whose incidence has been steadily rising over the past several decades.
Lobular capillary hemangioma of the nasal septum-a case report.