Does erectile tissue angioarchitecture
modify with aging?
is complex and includes arterial feeders, a net of dysplastic vessels, so-called nidus and draining veins (12).
Depending on the size, location and angioarchitecture
of AVM, surgery and radiosurgery are the primary treatment options.
Lymphadenopathy: Differentiation of benign from malignant disease--color Doppler US assessment of intranodal angioarchitecture
Most of the treated PAVMs in this study were simple in angioarchitecture
, which does not represent the known incidence in the population.
Recent literature suggests that beyond placental angioarchitecture
and transfusion unbalance, other factors such as renin-angiotensin system activation in the fetoplacental unit are involved in the pathophysiology of this condition (13).
Zhang, "Scanning electron-microscopic study of corrosion casts on retinal and choroidal angioarchitecture
in man and animals," Progress in Retinal and Eye Research, vol.
Ultrasonographic criteria for distinguishing neoplastic and non-neoplastic lymph nodes have been studied under site, shape, size, echogenicity, hilum, matting, nodal border, long/short axis ratio, intra nodal necrosis and angioarchitecture
However, some cases cannot be managed with conventional manners by virtue of AVM size, eloquent location or complex angioarchitecture
Lymphadenopathy: differentiation of benign from malignant disease-color Doppler US assessment of intranodal angioarchitecture
Arteriovenous fistula of the scalp secondary to punch autograft hair transplantation: angioarchitecture
, histopathology, and endovascular and surgical therapy.
in monochorionic twin pregnancies: Relationship to fetal growth, fetofetal transfusion syndrome, and pregnancy outcome.