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Synonyms for hemangioma

benign angioma consisting of a mass of blood vessels

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Both CT with intravenous contrast and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) (hyperintense lesion on T1- and T2-weighted images) can also identify typical features of the various histologic subtypes of hemangioma such as soap bubble or honeycomb patterns seen in cavernous hemangiomas.
The AAP says it's important to identify and begin monitoring infantile hemangiomas right after they appear, when they tend to change most quickly.
Hepatic hemangiomas: subtype classification and development of a clinical practice algorithm and registry.
Hemangiomas are congenital vascular malformations whose pathologies are considered to be hamartomatous malformations (15).
They often lack associated cutaneous lesions, and as such may be missed if the presence of cutaneous hemangiomas is the sole stimulus to screen for hepatic involvement (5).
Benign infantile hemangiomas represent the vast majority of vascular tumors and occur most commonly in their sporadic form.
In conclusion, among primary cardiac tumors, hemangiomas are relatively rare.
Hemangiomas can cause various complications, ranging from cosmetic problems to airway obstruction depending on their localization.
Capillary hemangioma (CH) is a benign vascular proliferation comprising small, capillary-sized blood vessels, usually occurring in the skin and soft tissue of children, but seldom occurs in the elderly.
Caption: Hemangiomas: Don't ignore them; a biopsy is in order.
A diagnostic laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy (DLB) procedure showed hemangiomas associated with the left tongue base and piriform sinus but no obstructing subglottic lesions.
Granulation tissue-type hemangiomas are rare benign vascular lesions that mainly affect the head, neck, and hands.
Hepatic sclerosing and sclerosed hemangiomas are very rare benign tumor, but the mechanism responsible for the degenerative changes in hepatic cavernous hemangioma has not been well clarified.
Epididymis represents only 1% of all hemangiomas, which concern mainly the liver, the spleen, and the musculoskeletal system [4].