Difficult Diagnosis and Differentiated Treatment in Synchronous Thoracic Hemangiomas

@inproceedings{Vidul2013DifficultDA,
  title={Difficult Diagnosis and Differentiated Treatment in Synchronous Thoracic Hemangiomas},
  author={Viorica Vidul and Vasile Popa and Genevieve N. Wu and V. Munteanu},
  year={2013}
}
Thoracic hemangiomas are rare vascular neoplasia among adults. Even with advanced imaging, diagnosis is sometimes impossible, thereby mandating histopathological examination. The differential diagnosis of thoracic hemangiomas can include arteriovenous malformations, thoracic sarcomas (angiosarcoma, paravertebral mesothelioma), neurinoma, and neurofibroma. We herein present a case which was intitially suggestive of a malignancy that ultimately proved to be a capillary cavernous paravertebral and… CONTINUE READING

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