vascular tumours

vascular tumours

capillary/arteriolar/venular hyperplasia forming a tumour; e.g. pyogenic granuloma, glomus tumour, Kaposi's sarcoma
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The hypervascular pattern of enhancement is usually different from other vascular tumours in the liver such as hepatomas or hemangiomas.
Haemangioblastomas (HMBs) are benign vascular tumours that account for about 3% of all central nervous system tumours.
This case is reported because of late age of presentation, symptoms during presentation and to emphasize that angioblastoma should be considered in the differential diagnosis of acquired vascular tumours.
The following year, Cushing was able to recall many patients with supposedly inoperable vascular tumours and to tackle them with success.
Head and neck paragangliomas, or glomus tumours, are highly vascular tumours arising from paraganglionic tissue.
Based on their biological and clinical behaviour, vascular anomalies can be broadly divided into two groups: vascular tumours and vascular malformations.
Stable over expression of AEG-1 converts non-tumourigenic human HCC cells into highly aggressive vascular tumours and inhibition of AEG-1 abrogates tumourigenesis by aggressive HCC cells," he said.
The differential diagnosis of such condition includes pyogenic granuloma, seborrhoeic keratosis, fibroma, melanoma, adenexal cysts, vascular tumours, basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma.
Malignant vascular tumours are clinically aggressive, difficult to treat, and have a reported 5-year survival rate around 20%.
Among the tumours of low malignant potential, there is a family of vascular tumours characterized by epithelioid endothelial cells.