peliosis


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Peliosis is a pathological condition characterised by the gross appearance of multiple cyst-like, blood-filled cavities within solid organs.
11) Parinaud's (oculoglandular) syndrome, encephalitis, hepatitis, osteomyelitis, and endocarditis have been observed in immunocompetent patients, and bacillary angiomatosis, bacillary peliosis, and relapsing bacteremia with fever syndrome have been seen in immunocompromised patients.
In both sexes, treatment-resistant acne, jaundice, tremor, edema, bad breath, hypertension, peliosis hepatiris, hepatic adenomatosis, polycythemia, and thrombosis may be signs of steroid use.
For patients with more severe disease, other antibiotic regimens have been successful, including azithromycin or doxycycline in combination with rifampin or rifampin alone (7); doxycycline or erythromycin are considered the drugs of choice for bacilliary angiomatosis and peliosis (8).
The American College of Sports Medicine believes that the most serious of these disorders are peliosis hepatis (the formation of blood-filled cysts) and liver tumors.
Generic drug names, eponyms, and common medical abbreviations were handled well by Dorland's: Bjork-Shiley, bacille Calmette-Guerin, Creutzfeldt-Jacob, Guillain-Barre, Mollaret's, peliosis hepatis, ABO, COPD, CSF, QRS, all pass through Dorland's (but not WP's) speller.
5-5 mm, it is termed microadenoma-, multiple microadenomas are termed microadenomatosis), and peliosis of the nontumorous islets (17) (Figure 2, A and B).
Oral contraceptives can also produce another type of vascular lesion called peliosis hepatitis, in which weakening of sinusoidal membranes leads to the development of blood-filled sacs within the hepatic parenchyma [117,118].
henselae infection include Parinaud oculogiandular syndrome, relapsing bacteremia, and endocarditis and bacillary peliosis (2).
Other variable features include the presence of steatosis, inflammatory cell infiltrates, dystrophic blood vessels, ductular reaction, sinusoidal dilatation, hemorrhage, and peliosis.
Cardiovascular Cardiomyopathy Acute myocardial infarct Cerebral vascular accident Pulmonary embolism Liver Cholestatic jaundice Peliosis hepatis Tumors Psychological Aggression increased Dysphoria--rage Psychosis Addiction Withdrawal effects--depression Needle sharing Hepatitis HIV infection
Lipopeliosis: fat induced sinusoidal dilatation in transplanted liver mimicking peliosis hepatis.
henselae, the predominantly identified species, has been associated with cat scratch disease, peliosis hepatis, and bacillary angiomatosis in humans.
4,5) Other forms of endothelial injury can be seen, including venoocclusive disease, peliosis hepatis, sinusoidal dilatation, and perisinusoidal fibrosis.