Items tagged “haemangioma”
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Hemangiomas are benign tumors of vascular origin usually seen in early childhood, divided into: infantile hemangiomas congenital hemangiomas Terminology Unfortunately, the term hemangioma has been widely misused to apply to many non-neoplastic vascular malformations, particularly the common ...
Giant hepatic venous malformation
Giant hepatic venous malformations (also known as giant hepatic hemangiomas) are relatively uncommon non-neoplastic vascular lesions of the liver, which can be strikingly large and mimic tumors. Terminology It is important to note that according to newer nomenclature, these lesions are merely...
Orbital cavernous venous malformation
Cavernous venous malformations of the orbit, also known as cavernous hemangiomas, are the most common vascular lesion of the orbit in adults. It is important to note that according to newer nomenclature (ISSVA classification of vascular anomalies) these lesions are merely known as slow flow ven...
Light bulb sign (hepatic hemangioma)
The light bulb sign of a hepatic hemangioma is a feature than can be seen on MRI imaging with a classic hepatic hemangioma. This refers to marked hyperintensity seen on heavily T2 weighted sequences that has been likened to a glowing light bulb. See also light bulb sign - shoulder light bulb ...