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benign tumor of smooth muscle (usually in the uterus or digestive tract)

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A bizarre case of angioleiomyoma in the inferior nasal turbinate, which caused epistaxis and nasal obstruction for several years, has been described by He et al.
Angioleiomyomas are benign smooth muscle tumors with prominent vascular components.
Hashimoto, "Angioleiomyoma: a clinicopathologic and immunohistochemical reappraisal with special reference to the correlation with myopericytoma," Human Pathology, vol.
Jervis, "Angioleiomyoma on the dorsum of the nose excised via an open rhinoplasty approach," Ear Nose and Throat Journal, vol.
Angioleiomyoma, also known as vascular leiomyoma or angiomyoma, was first described by Stout et al, (1) in 1937.
Angioleiomyoma is a relatively rare tumour of smooth muscle origin.
Myopericytoma is a benign tumor showing perivascular myoid differentiation that forms a morphologic continuum with myofibroma, so-called infantile hemangiopericytoma, angioleiomyoma, and glomus tumors.
It can be considered as angioleiomyoma with fat cell modulation.
Microscopic analysis of the specimen revealed that the lesion was an angioleiomyoma. Most cases of angioleiomyoma involve the extremities; few have been described in the head and neck region, and very few of those have been reported on the ear.
Spontaneously ruptured uterine angioleiomyoma. Pathol Oncol Res.
We describe a case of angioleiomyoma of the internal auditory meatus.
The HIV-SMT subtype shows the most histologic variation, ranging from standard leiomyoma-like to leiomyosarcoma-like and even angioleiomyoma or myopericytoma-like features.
Nasal angioleiomyoma and leiomyosarcoma: Report of two cases.
Leiomyomas can be classified as one of three types: solid, epithelioid (leiomyoblastoma), and vascular (angiomyoma or angioleiomyoma).
Angioleiomyoma (AL), otherwise known as vascular leiomyoma, is a rare variant of leiomyoma (LM) originating from smooth muscle cells and containing thick-walled vessels.