The angiomatous polyp and the angiofibroma: two different lesions.

@article{Som1982TheAP,
  title={The angiomatous polyp and the angiofibroma: two different lesions.},
  author={Peter M. Som and Benjamin A Cohen and Michael Sacher and In Sup Choi and Nick Bryan},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={144 2},
  pages={329-34}
}
Five cases of angiomatous polyps that were initially interpreted as angiofibromas are presented. Although they are similar to angiofibromas, angiomatous polyps have a distinctly different pattern of growth on computed tomography and a different angiographic appearance. In addition, they are more easily extirpated at surgery than are angiofibromas.