angioinvasive

an·gi·o·in·va·sive

(an'jē-ō-in-vā'siv),
Denoting a neoplasm or other pathologic condition capable of entering the vascular bed.
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Infection with rhizopus is characterised by tissue infarction and necrosis due to angioinvasive hyphae.
Follicular and Hurthle cell carcinomas, with their angioinvasive features, are more common culprits than is papillary carcinoma.
7) Infection control/ Early recognition of Mucor and prevention Aspergillus fungal infection, which allowed initiation of a clinical practice guideline designed to combat angioinvasive fungal infections.
Histologic examination of the specimens from the left sinuses found an atypical angioinvasive lymphoid infiltrate comprising small- to medium-sized cells with irregular nuclei, inconspicuous nucleoli, and moderate pale to clear cytoplasm.
Uncertain behavior * Nonfunctioning, and * Confined to subserosa, or * >2 cm, or * Angioinvasive B.
Zygomycoses are severe angioinvasive infections caused by common filamentous fungi, the zygomycetes.
Mucormycosis is an acute and often fatal opportunistic fungal infection; it often causes acute angioinvasive infections in immunosuppressed patients, with mortality rates exceeding 60% (1).
Histopathologically, the fungus is angioinvasive and causes widespread necrosis.
At first I thought that the insect was a red herring, but there are some case reports of insect bites initiating a cutaneous form of mucormycosis that invaded, became angioinvasive, and caused necrosis.
No angioinvasive or perineural invasive areas were purely ductal.