Vesical haemangioma

Abstract

Two cases of vesical haemangioma and a review of the literature are presented. In one of the cases association with cutaneous “Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus” has been found. Vesical haemangioma is a benign tumour, probably of congenital origin, that occurs in young patients. The first symptom is generally haematuria, and diagnosis is confirmed by cystoscopy. The treatment of choice is partial cystectomy, and the most common histologic form is cavernous haemangioma.

DOI: 10.1007/BF02082773

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@article{Borrelli2005VesicalH, title={Vesical haemangioma}, author={Milton Borrelli and Sidney Glina and E. R. Wroclavski and Ant{\^o}nio Marmo Lucon and Francisco Tibor D{\'e}nes and Gilberto Menezes de G{\'o}es}, journal={International Urology and Nephrology}, year={2005}, volume={16}, pages={109-114} }