plexus

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Related to Cavernous haemangioma: cavernous angioma, capillary haemangioma, Cerebral Cavernous Hemangioma

plexus

any complex network of nerves, blood vessels, or lymphatic vessels

plexus

[′plek·səs]
(anatomy)
A network of interlacing nerves or anastomosing vessels.
(geology)
An area on a subglacial deposit that encloses a giant's kettle.

Plexus

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We here present a case of multiple cavernous haemangioma of orbit, which was superomedial in location and associated with conjunctival hemangioma; a rare entity.
Also known as capillary haemangioma or cavernous haemangioma, they are not a sign of general ill health and can occur anywhere on the skin.
Hypertrophic olivary degeneration following pontine haemorrhage: Hypertensive crisis or cavernous haemangioma bleeding?