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vascular

Biology anatomy of, relating to, or having vessels that conduct and circulate liquids

vascular

[′vas·kyə·lər]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to blood vessels or other channels for the conveyance of a body fluid.
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Benign vascular neoplasms of the spleen with myoid and angioendotheliomatous features.
Both are malignant vascular neoplasms of endothelial origin that commonly overexpress similar mitogens like VEGF and have been studied together in therapeutic trials [18].
Angiomatoid malignant fibrous histiocytoma" a distinct fibrohistiocytic tumor of children and young adults simulating a vascular neoplasm. Cancer.
Littoral cell angioma is a vascular neoplasm of the spleen.
Kaposi's sarcoma is a vascular neoplasm with four principal clinical variants: HIV/AIDS-related Kaposi's sarcoma, classic Kaposi's sarcoma, African endemic Kaposi's sarcoma, and immunosuppression-associated Kaposi's sarcoma.
Utility of the immunohistochemical detection of FLI-1 expression in round cell and vascular neoplasm using a monoclonal antibody.
Tufted angioblastoma is rare vascular neoplasm localized in skin and vascular tissue occurring primarily on trunk and extremity of the children.1 This angioma is ill-defined dull red macule or plaque with a mottled appearance.
Epithelioid and spindle-cell hemangioendothelioma of the spleen: report of a distinctive splenic vascular neoplasm of childhood.
Tufted angioma (TA) is a rare benign cutaneous vascular neoplasm. These tumours are acquired mostly during prepubertal age and pursue a benign course of slow angiomatous proliferation without any aggressive behavior or metastasis.1
CT can be a useful means of differentiating a jugular bulb anomaly from a vascular neoplasm; with a jugular bulb abnormality, CT will demonstrate dehiscent bone over the bulb, while most vascular neoplasms will demonstrate destructive changes.
Arteriographic finding reveal a richly vascular neoplasm. There are no specific etiologic factors.