Invasive pulmonary haemangiomatosis.


Invasive pulmonary haemangiomatosis is a recently described disease in which exceedingly thin-walled vessels of capillary or venous dimensions infiltrate the lung parenchyma and pulmonary blood vessels. The angiomatous vessels, of obscure origin, infiltrate the media and intima of muscular pulmonary arteries, pulmonary veins and venules. The occlusion of… (More)


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@article{Heath1985InvasivePH, title={Invasive pulmonary haemangiomatosis.}, author={Daniel D. Heath and R. Colin Reid}, journal={British journal of diseases of the chest}, year={1985}, volume={79 3}, pages={284-94} }