angiomatosis


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Related to angiomatosis: peliosis, hemangioblastoma
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angiomatosis

n angiomatosis f; bacillary — angiomatosis bacilar
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Squamous cell carcinoma, lymphoma and bacillary angiomatosis are among the differential diagnoses of KS.
The bacterium was also found to cause endocarditis, peliosis hepatis, and bacillary angiomatosis.
The classification of cutaneous disorders most frequently observed in HIV-infected patients [21, 22] Primary cutaneous Secondary cutaneous disorders disorders Herpes simplex virus infections Varicella zoster virus infections Human papilloma virus infections Molluscum contagiosum infections Staphylococcus aureus infections Seborrheic dermatitis Mycobacterial cutaneous infection Xerosis cutis Bacillary angiomatosis Atopic dermatitis Pseudomonas aeruginosa cutaneous infection Eosinophilic folliculitis Oral candidiasis Psoriasis Proximal subungual onychomycosis Pruritus Crusted scabies Cutaneous drug reactions Cutaneous histoplasmosis Cutaneous cryptococcosis Kaposi's sarcoma T cell lymphoma Basal cell carcinoma Squamous cell carcinoma Table 2.
(8,9) Various terms are used to describe this lesion such as papillary fibroendothelioma, intravascular endothelioma, papillary proliferation of the endothelium, papillary endothelioma, hemangioendotheliome vegetant intravasculaire, l'endovasculite proliferante trombopoietique, intravenous atypical vascular proliferation, intravascular angiomatosis, IPEH, Masson's vegetant intravascular hemangioendothelioma, Masson's pseudoangiosarcoma, intravascular endothelial hyperplasia, Masson's lesion, and papillary endothelial hyperplasia.
Von Hippel-Lindau disease (VHL), also known as Familial cerebello retinal angiomatosis, is a rare genetic disorder characterised by visceral cysts and benign tumours with potential for subsequent malignant transformation.
Gorham-Stout syndrome (GSS), also known as Gorham's syndrome, idiopathic massive osteolysis, disappearing bone, disease or phantom bone disease, is a rare skeletal disorder, characterized by osteolysis of various bones accompanied by proliferative angiomatosis. Almost 180 years have passed since Jackson first presented, in 1838, the case of an 18year-old boy with idiopathic osteolysis of his right humerus [62].
Papadimitriou, "Epithelioid angiosarcoma of the uterus arising in a leiomyoma with associated ovarian and tubal angiomatosis," American Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.
These lesions may present as large unilateral patches with a segmental distribution and midline demarcation or as small stains.[2] The reported incidence of PWS is approximately 0.3-0.6%.[3],[4],[5],[6] Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS), also called encephalotrigeminal angiomatosis, is a neurocutaneous disorder with angiomas that involve the leptomeninges and the skin of the face, typically in the ophthalmic (V1) and maxillary (V2) distributions of the trigeminal nerve.
The surgeon macroscopically described diffuse angiomatosis and splenic lymphangiectasia.