Vascular Lesions

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Vascular Lesions
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2013-05-10 11:10:55
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Ch. 13 Vascular Lesions
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  1. What are the characteristics of a Vascular Neoplasm: Cavernous hemangioma?
    • Round/oval shape,
    • Well outlined borders,
    • High internal reflectivity,
    • Regular internal structure,
    • Moderate sound attenuation,
    • - Vascularity,
    • Firm/ soft Consistency
  2. What are the characteristics of a Vascular Neoplasm: Capillary hemangioma?
    • Irregular shape,
    • Poorly outlined borders,
    • High internal reflectivity,
    • Irregular internal structure,
    • Variable sound attenuation,
    • + Vascularity,
    • Soft Consistency
  3. What are the characteristics of a Vascular Neoplasm: Lymphangioma?
    • Irregular shape,
    • Poorly outlined borders,
    • Low internal reflectivity (with higly reflective septi),
    • Irregular internal structure,
    • Variable sound attenuation,
    • - Vascularity,
    • Soft; firm (heme) Consistency
  4. What are the characteristics of a Vascular Neoplasm: Hemangiopericytoma?
    • Round/oval shape,
    • Well outlined borders,
    • Medium internal reflectivity,
    • Regular internal structure,
    • Moderate sound attenuation,
    • + Vascularity,
    • Hard Consistency
  5. List Vascular Lesions - Neoplasms
    • Cavernous hemangioma,
    • Capillary (infantile) hemangioma,
    • Lyphangioma,
    • Hemangiopericytoma
  6. List Vascular Lesions - Vascular Malformations
    • Carotid-cavernous sinus fistula,
    • Dural-cavernous sinus fistula,
    • Superior ophthalmic vein thrombosis,
    • Orbital varix,
    • Arteriovenous malformation,
    • Orbital aneurysm

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