A tumor composed chiefly of dilated blood or lymph vessels.
A tumor formed of blood vessels and lymphatics.
An abnormal collection of blood vessels that can be a cause of a haemorrhage in the brain. search for Angioma
A brain defect which is often combined with an absense of bones surrounding the brain. It consists of a tumor, which is usually benign, or a swelling of the lymph and blood vessels.
Benign tumor consisting of small blood vessels. Can be located anywhere on the body and is not dangerous or contagious. Can affect eye with tumors beneath or on top of the retina, which may lead to blood leakage and possible retinal detachment. See also Von Hippels Angioma
a tumor consisting of a mass of blood or lymphatic vessels
a benign growth that consists of small blood vessels
a benign tumor that consists of small blood vessels
a benign tumor in the skin, which is made up of blood or lymph vessels.
A tumor whose cells tend to form blood vessels (hemangioma) or lymph vessels (lymphangioma).
localized vascular lesion of the skin and subcutaneous tissue that results from overgrowth of blood or lymph vessels; a 19th century term, replaced by hemangioma or lymphangioma
a tumour made of blood vessels or lymph vessels that is not cancerous
Angioma is a tumor, usually benign, or swelling composed of lymph and blood vessels.
A noncancerous tumour made up of many blood vessels.
Angiomas are benign tumors that are made up of small blood vessels. They usually appear at or near the surface of the skin. Angiomas may appear anywhere on the body, and aren't considered dangerous.