angiodysplasia


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an·gi·o·dys·pla·sia

n. angiodisplasia, trastorno del desarollo vascular.

angiodysplasia

n angiodisplasia
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Cardiac diseases may favor GIB through various mechanisms: ischemia, emboli formation, or through association with a vascular lesion with bleeding potential, such as aortic stenosis and angiodysplasia, infectious endocarditis--mycotic aneurysm, Marfan syndrome--dissecting aneurysm.
The differential diagnosis may include some benign and malignant gastric neoplasms, such as nonneoplastic gastric polyps; some other soft tissue tumors with lipomatous components/differentiation, such as lipoma, angiomyolipoma, and well-differentiated liposarcoma; and vascular lesions, such as angiodysplasia and glomus tumors.
There are many possible causes of GI hemorrhage, which include esophageal varices, peptic ulcer, gastritis, polyps, angiodysplasia, diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), hemorrhoids, anal fissure, and cancer (1).
Vascular lesions of the gastrointestinal tract include hemangioma, telangiectasia, angiodysplasia and phlebectasia (1) and they account for 5-10% of all benign neoplasms of the small bowel.
5) A further 10-40% of lower GIBs are caused by angiodysplasia primarily of the cecum and right colon.
Acroangiodermatitis is a reactive angiodysplasia of cutaneous blood vessels associated with increased venous pressure and stasis or with vascular anomalies, such as Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome.
7] Angiodysplasia is the most frequent cause of midgut bleeding in approximately 70% of the cases.