capillary angioma

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capillary angioma

[′kap·ə‚ler·ē ‚an·jē′ō·mə]
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Lobular capillary hemangioma (LCH), also referred to as pyogenic granuloma, is relatively common in the nasal cavity, accounting for nearly one-third of upper aerodigestive tract LCHs.
Capillary hemangiomas of the CNS are very rare and show histological features similar to those of lobular capillary hemangiomas of the skin as well as the capillary hemangiomas of infancy, (46) with a fibrous pseudocapsule.
Capillary hemangioma is a benign vascular tumor that is unusual in the nasal cavity.
The hemangioendothelioma may have areas resembling the juvenile form of capillary hemangioma. However, there are also glomeruloid proliferations of epithelioid endothelial cells.
Other lesions that should be considered in the differential diagnosis include a cavernous hemangioma, a papillary endothelial hyperplasia, a disseminated lobular capillary hemangioma, and epithelioid anglomatosis.
Examination revealed the presence of a left posterior nasoseptal capillary hemangioma. The patient was coagulopathic; her PT was 12.4 seconds, her PTT was 37.3 seconds, and her INR was 1.34.
The clinical and imaging differential diagnosis of a nasal mass should include hemangioma, malignant vascular tumor (angiosarcoma), pyogenic granuloma (lobular capillary hemangioma), nasal polyp, and hamartoma.
The pathologic diagnosis was a focally ulcerated capillary hemangioma. The patient's postoperative course was uneventful.
According to Yanagisawa et ai in this month's Rhinoscopic Clinic, which of the following is not included in the differential diagnosis of capillary hemangioma?
It was first described as pyogenic granuloma in 1940 but renamed lobular capillary hemangioma in 1980 owing to its microscopic features.
Unlike their cutaneous capillary hemangioma counterparts, spinal hemangiomas are solitary lesions and unassociated with systemic or cutaneous hemangiomas or congenital hemangiomatosis.
Other benign lesions were also observed in our study like Capillary Hemangioma, Squamous Papilloma (Viral Wart), Pterygium, were most common lesions were comprising of 3.9%, 2.9%, 2.5%, respectively.