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a tumor consisting of a mass of blood or lymphatic vessels

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Magnetic resonance imaging of intracranial cavernous angiomas: a report of 13 cases with pathological confirmation.
Sturge-Weber syndrome is a neurocutaneous disorder characterized by facial and leptomeningeal angiomas, glaucoma, hemiparesis, stroke-like attacks, seizures and also atrophy and calcifications in the brain.
Among the benign tumours, angiomas were the commonest in most of the studies, whereas nevus followed by squamous papilloma were the commonest in our study.
(1) It is known that the initial stage (precursor lesion) of RAP, also called type 3 nv, involves the development of an angioma (neovascular complex) originating from the deep capillary network (DCN) of the retina.
Vardy, "Cherry angiomas associated with exposure to bromides," Dermatology, vol.
Among these the retinal angiomas maybe the earliest presentation in adults while renal cell carcinoma is the commonest cause of death.
KMS is not associated with infantile hemangiomas (which are common benign vascular lesions) but occurs almost exclusively as a complication of other rare entities such as kaposiform hemangioendotheliomas (KHE) and tufted angiomas (TA).
[4] Failure of its regression results in residual vascular tissue which forms angiomas of leptomeninges, face and ipsilateral eye.
Various dermatoses more commonly associated with DM observed were multiple acrochordons (9%), followed by acanthosis nigricans (7.5%), (Figure 4) and cherry angiomas (5%), (Table 3).
Pathological diagnosis was obtained: schwannomas (8 cases), salivary pleomorphic adenomas (5 cases), angiomas (5 cases), branchial cysts (3 cases), Castleman disease (2 cases), and 1 case for each of the followings: lymphoepithelial cysts, thyroid cancer lymphatic metastasis, phosphate urinary mesenchymal tissue tumor, basal cell adenoma, myoepithelial carcinoma, fibroma, adenoid cystic carcinoma, and lipoma.
A computer scientist from a local university, he displayed a big collection of cherry angiomas on his torso, front, and back.
Cavernous angiomas or haemangiomas account for 5 to 12% of spinal vascular malformations.3 These are present at three sites, intraosseous, intraspinal extramedullary and intramedullary.
Spider angiomas in patients with liver cirrhosis: role of alcoholism and impaired liver function.