However, typical features of portal hypertensive polyps reportedly include foveolar hyperplasia of the epithelium as well as proliferating, ectatic
capillaries in the lamina propria; this indicates their portal hypertensive nature and distinguishes them from inflammatory polyps (Figure 4) [3, 7, 8,11,14].
Left heart catheterization with ventriculogram showed large, diffusely ectatic
, and tortuous coronary arteries (left anterior descending (yellow arrow), circumflex artery (red arrow)).
Intracystic papillary carcinomas are seen in fluid-filled ectatic
ducts as a vascular solid component.
No two ectatic
eyes are the same and a solution that works well for one will not work for all.
However, it's efficacy remained controversial as epithelial barrier limit the depth and amount of cross-linking, evidenced as shallow and uneven distribution of the keratocytes apoptosis on confocal microscopy 7 and ectatic
progression in many clinical trials as compared to epithelium off CXL.8,9
Her breast ultrasonography revealed ectatic
retroareolar ductal structures and an expanded fibroglandular breast paranchime.
During the hospital stay, she underwent a suprapubic ultrasound (US) examination revealing a high flow vascular lesion involving the uterine wall; a contrast-enhanced Magnetic Resonance (MR) (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)) showed multiple ectatic
and serpiginous anomalous vessels adjacent to the uterine wall bilaterally.
The most common corneal ectatic
disorder and a leading indicator for corneal transplantation in developed countries is keratoconus (KC) [2, 3].
Angiokeratomas are vascular tumours consisting of numerous ectatic
blood vessels in the superficial dermis.
Keratoconus is an ectatic
corneal disorder, in which the cornea assumes a conical shape due to deficits of structural integrity.
So, a skin biopsy of 5 mm was carried out and the histopathology revealed ectatic
vessels in the dermis without lobular pattern.
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