haemangioma


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Related to haemangioma: lymphangioma, capillary haemangioma
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Synonyms for haemangioma

benign angioma consisting of a mass of blood vessels

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In a large retrospective case series, various skin abnormalities such as follicular papules, comedones, hypertrophic pilosebaceous units, angiokeratoma of Fordyce, leucoderma macules, and haemangiomas have been shown to be associated with NLCS.
The radiological manifestations of intramuscular haemangiomas in adults: Magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography and ultrasound appearances.
Few other case reports also mentioned occurrence of lobular capillary haemangioma at rare sites.
Giant cavernous haemangioma of the spleen presenting as massive splenomegaly and treated by partial splenectomy.
The retired care support manager was told she had haemangioma - a benign tumour of blood vessels - and myositis (the inflammation and degeneration of muscle tissue).
Two cases of synovial haemangioma of the knee joint: Gd-enhanced image features on MRI and arthroscopic excision.
Seborrhoeic dermatitis, impetigo, nappy dermatitis and infantile haemangioma were most common in infancy (Table 2).
The patients of infantile haemangioma of both sexes with age ranging from 0-3 years of size more than 10mm over body surface (head'neck'chest and arms) were included.
Poppas, "Deep haemangioma of the scrotum as a rare presentation of scrotal mass in children," BJU International, vol.
As a plastic surgeon treating children with infantile haemangioma (IH) he emphasised the importance of making people feeling confident and whole.
Plastic surgeon Swee Tan spoke on his 20-year journey investigating infantile haemangioma and his work as founder of the Gillies Mclndoe Research Institute.
These developed into a Haemangioma, more commonly known as a 'Strawberry Mark.
I was told that the spot did not look like anything to worry about (and that it was likely a venous haemangioma which would fade).