Here we present a clinic case of subcutaneous bleeding on the face of a patient with a thin skin, featuring prevalent telangiectasia and spider angioma
Vascular neoplasms are the most common primary nonlymphoid, nonhematopoietic neoplasms of the spleen, including hemangioma, lymphangioma, hamartoma, littoral cell angioma
, angioendothelioma, and angiosarcoma.
The specimen demonstrated features consistent with a vascular neoplasm, most consistent with angioma
including large ectatic vessels.
Subdural hematoma complicating intracranial aneurysm and angioma
On the other hand, mimicking cavernous liver angioma
, as it was the case in our patient, associated with giant gastric GIST was described in one article .
Reports in the literature use different nomenclature when referring to these lesions, such as tonsillar lymphangiomatous polyp, angioma
, angiofibroma, fibrolipoma, polypoid tumor containing fibroadipose tissue, hamartomatous tonsillar polyp, and lymphangiectatic fibrous polyp.
Littoral cell angioma
(LCA), first described by Falk et al.
Benign diagnoses to consider include pigmented seborrheic keratoses, lentigo, pyogenic granuloma, Kaposi sarcoma, cherry angioma
, subungnal traumatic hematoma, dermatofibroma, and nevi (including blue nevi).
After developing symptoms of tinnitus I had a brain MRI, during which they found a venous angioma
(with no cavernoma/AVM).
a) Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon (KMP), with mortality of 20-30 Percent , is a clinical syndrome of thrombocytopenic coagulopathy in association with vascular tumor, tufted angioma
and Kaposi's hemangioendothelioma, particularly the latter.
In 1907, Weber reported these three findings with an additional arteriovenous malformation and angioma
The most common skin changes were xerosis (98%), nail changes (93%), melanocytic nevus (78%), seborrheic keratosis (54%), pigmentation changes (51%), uremic pruritus (49%), tinea pedis (34%), actinic keratosis (23%), skin tags (16%), onychomycosis (17%), lentigo (16%), and cherry angioma
2002), Short Form-36 (Ware & Sherboume, 1992), and Sickness Impact Profile (Bergner, Bobbit, Carter, & Gilson, 1981) are the most common scales used for functional assessment of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage, aneurysm, or angioma
caused by ruptured aneurysm.
Kasabach-Merritt syndrome (KMS) is characterized by consumption coagulopathy (thrombocytopenia, anemia, hyporibrinogenemia, and high D-dimer level), angioma
, and kaposiforrn hemangioendothelioma (1-3).
One worker has reported concomitant appearance of orbital CH and venous angioma
(10) but none of them has ever reported simultaneous occurrence of orbital and conjunctival CH.