haemangioma


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Synonyms for haemangioma

benign angioma consisting of a mass of blood vessels

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She was on Interferon as the haemangioma was growing towards her vital organs and they had to stop its growth, otherwise Amy would have died."
Right Sub Mandibular Salivary Gland Haemangioma [8]
Successful treatment of solitary intraosseous haemangioma of the femoral neck.
The maximal tumour diameters were (i) BCA: median 60 mm, range 25-100 mm, (ii) FNH: median 58 mm, range 10-100 mm, (iii) cavernous haemangioma: median 50 mm, range 10-130 mm, (iv) HA: median 150 mm, range: 130-180 mm.
Duplex ultrasonography confirmed the presence of a single feeding vessel into the lesion and the lesion was diagnosed as haemangioma. Patient was referred to the vascular surgeon who was further briefed about the need for endodontic therapy.
"I was told I had haemangioma - a benign tumour of blood vessels - and myositis (the inflammation and degeneration of muscle tissue).
Dr Swee Tan's presentation 'There Must Be a Better Way' outlined his journey in investigating infantile haemangioma from their early surgical removal and grafting to an understanding of the stem cell origin of this tumour, regulated by the renin-angiotensin system and hence novel treatment with Beta blockers and ACE inhibitor drugs.
Testicular capillary haemangioma. Br J Urol 1 982;54:433.
Rare benign tumours of oral cavity-capillary haemangioma of palatal mucosa: A case report.
Ultrasound guided core biopsies of the left hip mass were taken to exclude a liposarcoma or complex haemangioma. The histology showed a neoplasm composed of sheets of brown fat cells, in keeping with the classical features of a typical subtype hibernoma (Figure 5).
Immunohistochemistry shows strong positivity for Ubx European I lectin and EN4 and unlike infantile haemangioma, negative staining for GLUT-1.7 TA and Kaposiform hemangioendothelioma (KH) sometimes show overlapping histopathological features.
We describe the presentation and perioperative management of a parturient with a ruptured liver haemangioma whose only presenting symptom was foetal distress, and in whom intensive supportive care was successful.
From the age of two-and-ahalf until she was nine, Stacey had plaster casts on her leg because of the haemangioma, which is wrapped round her knee.