venous angioma

ve·nous an·gi·o·ma

vascular anomaly composed of anomalous veins.
Synonym(s): venous malformation

ve·nous an·gi·o·ma

(vē'nŭs an'jē-ō'mă)
Vascular anomaly composed of anomalous veins.
Synonym(s): venous malformation.
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One worker has reported concomitant appearance of orbital CH and venous angioma (10) but none of them has ever reported simultaneous occurrence of orbital and conjunctival CH.
Concomitant cavernous hemangioma and venous angioma of the orbit.
One of the 2 patients who did not benefit from endoscopic lesion ablation had a pathologic diagnosis of venous angioma with no evidence of inflammation.
Excluding the 1 patient who was found pathologically to have a venous angioma, we had a prevalence of Hunner's lesion in about 8% of our PBS/IC patients, which is consistent with the 10% prevalence that has been reported in the literature.
I just found out on a brain MRI (they were looking for an acoustic neuroma for complaint of tinnitus) that I have a venous angioma (with no cavernoma/AVM).
Venous infarction from a venous angioma occurring after thrombosis of a drainage vein.
Developmental venous anomalies (DVAs) or previously known as venous angiomas are congenital cerebral vascular malformations (CVMs) with angiogenically mature venous elements that represent normal venous drainage of cerebral tissue (1).
It consists of congenital hamartomatous malformations that may affect the eye, skin, and central nervous system (CNS) at different times, characterized by the combination of venous angiomas of leptomeninges, face, jaws and oral soft tissues.