B: Portal venous phase (60-70 sec) when hypovascular liver metastases and the portal veins are best visualized and hypervascular
lesions show washout of contrast.
5 to 1 mm thick which is hypervascular
The morbidly adherent placenta is a hypervascular
organ; it recruits a host of blood vessels, largely from the vaginal arteries, superior vesical arteries, and vaginal venous plexus.
For purposes of differential diagnosis, masses of the adrenal gland are commonly grouped into those that are fat containing, cystic, hypervascular
and overtly malignant.
5) Nasopharyngeal angiofibromas are also hypervascular
masses that can present with epistaxis, but these typically occur in teenage boys rather than pregnant girls or women.
Computed tomography (CT) imaging confirmed the presence of a solid, homogeneous, hypervascular
, and well-delineated mass in all ten patients that showed enhancement with intravenous contrast [Figure 1].
IVIM-diffusion-MRI for the differentiation of solid benign and malign hypervascular
liver lesions-Evaluation with two different MR scanners.
Onyx injection by direct puncture for the treatment of hypervascular
spinal metastases close to the anterior spinal artery: Initial experience.
However, one should be cognizant that the procedure can be technically challenging, especially, if the tumor is adherent to adjacent structures or hypervascular
Levovist[R], a first-generation US contrast agent, improved the localization of sonographically unrecognized hypervascular
lesions of the liver (6-10).
Computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen and pelvis described a hypervascular
enhancing mass (9.
Vascular, necrotic endobronchial, and other hypervascular
tumors, including carcinoid tumors, often tend to have the highest rate of bleeding during bronchoscopy.