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Related to cavernous: cavernous sinus, cavernous angioma, cavernous hemangioma, cavernous transformation of portal vein, Cavernous haemangioma, cavernous nerve, Cavernous sinus thrombosis

cavernous

[′kav·ər·nəs]
(geology)
Having many caverns or cavities.
Producing caverns.
Of or pertaining to a cavern, that is, suggesting vastness.
References in classic literature ?
Whether,' said Gradgrind, pondering with his hands in his pockets, and his cavernous eyes on the fire, 'whether any instructor or servant can have suggested anything?
CCM1 mutation screen of sporadic cases with cerebral cavernous malformations.
Both patients presented with features suggestive of cavernous sinus thrombosis (CST), a known complication of facial abscess squeezing or surgical interference.
Central nervous system involvement at the time of diagnosis is not uncommon, but there are no published reports of primary gastric lymphoma involving cavernous sinus (CS) during treatment (3), (4).
Intramedullary spinal cord cavernous angioma in children: Case Report and Literature Review.
Cavernous tumours are most common benign tumours of the orbit with a female preponderance.
The main cause of cavernous nerve injury is prostatectomy, and 20 to 70% patients who undergo prostatectomy experience ED, despite recent development of robotic and laparoscopic operation.
described 6 patients with similar clinical findings in 1961, and proposed a low-grade non-specific inflammation of the cavernous sinus and its walls as the cause of the syndrome.
Hospital) assembles 19 chapters on the diagnosis and management of cavernous malformations.
During their investigation, the group aimed to examine the differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells cultivated on the surface of nanofibrous meshes (nano-hMSCs) into neuron-like cells and repair of erectile dysfunction using their transplantation around the injured cavernous nerve (CN) of rats.
Sinonasal cavernous hemangioma is a rare condition that usually affects the lateral wall of the nasal cavity.