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What are the differences between cavernosa angioma and cavernosa hemangioma?

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Dr. Andrew Ahn answered

Specializes in Vascular Surgery

The "hemangioma" and "angioma" are same meaning of the disease of the vessel wall in certain part of the body. It can be brain cavernosa hemangioma (or carvernosa angioma) which may cause seizure ar more dangerous condition. It can be subcutaneous hemangioma which may cause enlarged blood vessels as raised red skin lesions.

Answered Mar 30, 2018



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