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Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Features of a Huge Cavernous Hemangioma in the Pleural Space: A Case Report

Chest computed tomography revealed a large pleural mass with punctate calcification and serpentine-shaped expansion in the left pleural space. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed markedly high signal intensity with septa on fat-suppressed T2-weighted imaging and gradual peripheral delayed improvement on dynamic-raising T1-WI. The pleural space's Cavernous hemangioma is a rare benign vascular tumor.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.15746/sms.22.031


Anterior endoscopic transcortical approach to a pineal region cavernous hemangioma

The authors' experimental rodent anatomic correlation, 3 cm anterior to the coronal suture and 2 cm away from the midline and an anterior endoscopic transcortical strategy, which may have resulted in endoscopic third ventriculostomy, as well as avoiding hydrocephalus due to postoperative adhesion and resection of the lesion at the same time, with the patient in a supine position.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2021.4.focvid215


Gamma Knife surgery for a hemangioma of the cavernous sinus in a child

Cavernous sinus hemangiomas are rare vascular abnormalities that account for 0. 4%u20132% of all lesions within the United States. Although Gamma Knife surgery has been a success in the adult population for CS hemangiomas, there are no reports of GKS for the treatment of CS hemangiomas. If suspicion of a CS hemangioma is elevated in a pediatric patient, GKS can be considered an effective treatment technique, avoiding the morbidities of open resection.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2012.9.peds12213


Congenital cavernous hemangioma of the calvaria

Only 1 case of an infant with a calvarial cavernous hemangioma without intracranial invasion has been documented before, and it involved a 4 month old infant. During surgical treatment of calvarial cavernous hemangiomas, the most attention should be paid to prevent blood loss, which may be fatal in infants.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2008.10.peds08161


Diagnosis and treatment of cavernous hemangioma of the internal auditory canal

OBJECT The internal auditory canal hemangioma is a rare form of cancer, and only 50 cases have been reported in the literature prior to this study. METHODS The study included six patients with cavernous hemangioma of the IAC. All patients were diagnosed with sensorineural hearing loss and tinnitus, and two others developed vertigo. Four patients reported a history of facial hemispasm or palsy, one of whom had a hemispasm, and one had a history of relief from sudden facial paresis. All patients underwent CT and MRI to rule out intracanalicular vestibular schwannomas and facial nerve neuromas. Results of the patients All patients had preoperative diagnosis of cavernous hemangioma of the IAC, which was confirmed pathologically in the 5 patients who underwent surgical removal of the tumor. In four patients, the translabyrinthine surgery was used to remove the tumor, but the middle cranial fossa technique was used in the 1 patient who had functional hearing. In all five patients, complete hearing loss was present. In three patients, the facial nerve could not be distinguished from the tumor, and primary end-to-end anastomosis was performed. In 2 patients, intact facial nerve preservation was achieved. Both patients showed signs of improvement in facial nerve function. Early surgical intervention may help maintain the facial nerve's functional stability and result in a more successful outcome after nerve transplantation. Overall, the translabyrinthine approach seems to be the most effective strategy, since the facial nerve can be easily detected and retrieved.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2015.3.jns142785


Gamma Knife radiosurgery for hemangioma of the cavernous sinus

METHODS A multinational multicenter study was conducted to review outcomes in 31 patients with CSH. Eleven patients had initial microsurgery before SRS, and the other 20 patients underwent Gamma Knife SRS as the primary care for their CSH. Patients with cranial nerve abnormalities before SRS were 47 years old at the time of radiosurgery, and 74% of patients had cranial nerve abnormalities at the time of radiosurgery. RESULTS Tumor regression was confirmed by imaging in all 31 patients, and all patients had a greater than 50% decrease in tumor volume at 6 months post-SRS. Before SRS, twenty-four patients had been diagnosed with cranial nerve disorders, and 6 of them had gradual improvement. At the last follow-up, four of the 6 patients with orbital abnormalities had symptomatic relief. SRS is a safe primary and adjuvant therapy option for patients in whom a CSH is diagnosed.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2016.4.jns152097


Multifocal cavernous hemangioma of the jugular foramen: a rare skull base vascular malformation

Medicinal foramen cavernous hemangiomas are extremely rare vascular malformations, and their occurrence as multifocal lesions involving both intra- and extracranial compartments has never been reported before, according to the authors' u2019 findings. The patient presented with signs and symptoms consistent with jugular foramen syndrome, as well as a right neck mass. Although uncommon, cavernous hemangiomas should be included in the differential diagnosis of jugular foramen masses.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2018.1.jns172934


Primary spinal epidural cavernous hemangioma: clinical features and surgical outcome in 14 cases

OBJECT The aim of this research was to investigate the clinical characteristics, imaging features, differential diagnosis, treatment options, and prognosis for primary spinal epidural hemangiomas. METHODS is a website that publishes articles about fourteen patients with pathologically diagnosed non-u2013vertebral origin cavernous hemangiomas who underwent surgery at Beijing Tiantan Hospital between 2003 and 2012 were discovered in the hospital's database. RESULTS There were 9 males and 5 females with an average age of 51. 64 years. Recurrent cavernous hemangiomas were found in three patients. 1 patient had radicular signs and 13 had myelopathic signs on admission, and 13 had myelopathic symptoms. In ten cases, a patient died; 5 patients showed clinical improvement; and four patients remained stable; and 4 patients remained biologically unchanged. Secondary surgery for recurrent epidural hemangioma is more difficult. Any patient with severe myelopathy as a result of acute hemorrhagia can never recover any signs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/2014.9.spine13901


Epidemiology and Survival Analysis of Patients with Brainstem Cavernous Hemangioma: A Population-Based Study Using the SEER Database

Patients with brainstem cavernous hemangioma were retrieved from the Survivance, Epidemiology, and End Results database. Patients with brainstem cavernous hemangioma had a randomized and tumor-related features, according to a descriptive review. To analyze the potential prognostic indicators, the Kaplan u2013Meier method and Cox proportional hazard model were used. Between 2000 and 2019, there have been 283 cases of brainstem cavernous hemangioma. White patients made up 82 percent of all patients. All patients with brainstem cavernous hemangioma had benign lesions. Incidence did not differ between sexes, but it was higher in white patients than white patients. Tumor size had no influence on early prognosis, but younger tumors had a better prognosis than larger tumors for late prognosis. No significant differences were found in the outcomes between surgical and conservative medicine, as shown by no significant differences. After considering factors, we recommend that the management of patients with brainstem cavernous hemangioma be tailored to the patient's circumstances and should be individualized.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1679766/v2

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