Microspheres, technologies used to treat hypervascular
tumors, arteriovenous malformations and hepatoma.
6] Preoperative embolisation has been well described in hypervascular
Testicular hemangiomas are often seen as hypoechoic (76%) and hypervascular
(82%) lesions on ultrasonography.
Hepatic metastases have variable appearances (Figures 8A-8C) depending on the primary tumor and are characterized as hypervascular
or hypovascular, enhancing more or less than surrounding parenchyma.
Biopsies of a hypervascular
cervical lymph node revealed an atypical lymphoid infiltrate with clonal T-cell receptor gene rearrangements suspicious for T-cell lymphoma versus reactive paracortical T-cell hyperplasia.
Intraoperatively, both tumors were found to be hypervascular
and arising from the cervical sympathetic chain.
15) Phase 1 is a hypervascular
phase that occurs at the beginning of the disease.
On ecocolor Doppler (or ecopower Doppler), and especially on contrast-enhanced ultrasound examinations, LGMPs may appear as hypervascular
Using a catheter tip, doctors need only select a hypervascular
tumor on a 3-D image and let the software highlight the specific blood vessels traveling from the catheter to the lesion's vicinity.
The underlying sub-mucosa showed hypervascular
granulation tissue, where as the fibrocytes were arranged parallel to the serosa.
Osteoporosis can occur in these patients secondary to lack of weightbearing, a hypervascular
response to distraction, pain, or reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
Launch of collaboration marked with development of new treatment protocol for trans-arterial embolization in hypervascular