Peripheral nerve hemangioma. Potential for clinical aggressiveness.

@article{Vigna1994PeripheralNH,
  title={Peripheral nerve hemangioma. Potential for clinical aggressiveness.},
  author={P A Vigna and M F Kusior and Michael B Collins and Jeffrey S. Ross},
  journal={Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine},
  year={1994},
  volume={118 10},
  pages={1038-41}
}
We report a rare cavernous hemangioma that involved the posterior tibial nerve in a 47-year-old woman; this hemangioma demonstrated unusual epineural, perineural, and endoneural tumoral involvement. We describe the potential histogenesis, specific therapy recommendations, and important associated morbidity of this histologically benign lesion. 

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We report a rare cavernous hemangioma that involved the posterior tibial nerve in a 47-year - old woman ; this hemangioma demonstrated unusual epineural , perineural , and endoneural tumoral involvement .
We report a rare cavernous hemangioma that involved the posterior tibial nerve in a 47-year - old woman ; this hemangioma demonstrated unusual epineural , perineural , and endoneural tumoral involvement .
We report a rare cavernous hemangioma that involved the posterior tibial nerve in a 47-year - old woman ; this hemangioma demonstrated unusual epineural , perineural , and endoneural tumoral involvement .
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