hematolymphangioma

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hematolymphangioma

 [he″mah-to-lim-fan″je-o´mah]
a tumor composed of blood and lymph vessels.

he·ma·to·lymph·an·gi·o·ma

(hē'mă-tō-limf'an-jē'ō'mă),
A congenital anomaly consisting of numerous, closely packed, variably sized lymphatic vessels and larger channels, in association with a moderate number of blood vessels of a similar type.

hematolymphangioma

/he·ma·to·lymph·an·gi·o·ma/ (hem″ah-to-lim-fan″je-o´mah) a benign tumor composed of blood and lymph vessels.

he·ma·to·lymph·an·gi·o·ma

(hē'mă-tō-limf'an-jē-ō'-mă)
A congenital anomaly consisting of numerous, closely packed, variably sized lymphatic vessels and larger channels, in association with a moderate number of blood vessels of a similar type.
Synonym(s): haematolymphangioma.

hematolymphangioma

a tumor composed of blood and lymph vessels.
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