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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.

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Cavernous haemangiomas was intraconal in 71% cases as described in literature.
Enlargement of multiple cavernous haemangioma of the liver in association with pregnancy.
Cavernous haemangiomas of the liver: resect or observe?
Detailed search on MEDLINE could not find any such case with simultaneous occurrence of multiple extraconal orbital and conjunctival cavernous haemangioma reported earlier in the literature.
Primary intraosseous cavernous haemangioma are rare, benign skeletal tumours most commonly found in the spinal vertebral column.
We report two rare cases of skull primary intraosseous cavernous haemangioma presented with slow growing mass on frontal region and parietal region.
The capillary cavernous haemangioma (mixed) is considered more common than the pure cavernous form (Blackfeld).
Cavernous haemangioma in the head and neck region is best treated by complete surgical excision when feasible.
There were also papillary configuration and tufts of capillaries with hobnail pattern or match stick pattern [Figure 3, 5, 6 & 7], suggesting that there is an overlap of cavernous haemangioma with retiform haemangioendothelioma.
Cavernous haemangioma is composed of large, dilated, blood filled vessels arranged in a roughly lobular or diffuse haphazard pattern, and lined by flattened endothelium.
Prediction of postoperative outcome with special respect to removal of hemosiderin fringe: A study in patients with cavernous haemangiomas associated with symptomatic epilepsy.
Transnasal transsphenoid approach: a minimally invasive approach for removal of cavernous haemangiomas located at inferomedial part of orbital apex.