corkscrew vessels

hairpin vessels

atypical blood vessels that double back on themselves, seen on colposcopy of the cervix; their presence indicates early invasive cervical cancer.
Synonym(s): corkscrew vessels
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Blood vessels with tight tortuosity seen in advanced micronodular, often alcoholic, cirrhosis, due to collapse of the hepatic parenchyma, without loss of vascular length, resulting in ‘crimping’ of vessels
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corkscrew vessels

Imaging Blood vessels with tight tortuosity seen in advanced micronodular, often alcoholic, cirrhosis, due to collapse of the hepatic parenchyma, without loss of vascular length, resulting in 'crimping' of vessels.
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hair·pin ves·sels

(hār'pin ves'ĕlz)
Atypical blood vessels that double back on themselves, seen on colposcopy of the cervix; their presence indicates early invasive cervical cancer.
Synonym(s): corkscrew vessels.
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