atypical vascular lesion

atypical vascular lesion

A well-circumscribed uni- or multifocal vascular proliferation that develops months to years after radiotherapy for breast cancer.
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In 1994, Fineberg and Rosen3 reported 4 cases of an unusual vascular lesion occurring in mammary skin after radiation, which they named atypical vascular lesion (AVL).
Atypical vascular lesion usually presents as 1 or more small, flesh-colored papules or erythematous patches that arise in radiated skin.
Cutaneous angiosarcoma and atypical vascular lesions of the skin and breast after radiation therapy for breast carcinoma.
Atypical vascular lesions after surgery and radiation of the breast: a clinicopathologic study of 32 cases analyzing histologic heterogeneity and association with angiosarcoma.