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Cavernous hemangioma of chest wall

Jan Czyzowski, Krzysztof A Tomaszewski, Andrzej Urbanik, Iwona M Tomaszewska, Jerzy A Walocha
BACKGROUND: Cavernous hemangiomas are among the least common benign chest wall masses. The aim of this study is to present a case of a 40-year-old women, with a giant cavernous haemangioma arising in the left axillary area. CASE REPORT: A 40-year-old female, was referred to a pulmonologist, after her chest radiograph showed, in the upper field of the left lung, a peripherally located shading (13 cm long and 3.5 cm deep) connecting with the pleura. The skin above the change was not discoloured...
2014: Przegla̧d Lekarski
Parastoo Rostami, Elham Mahmoudi, Arya Sotoudeh, Maryam Nakhaeimoghadam, Irene Lurkin, Ellen C Zwarthoff, Nima Rezaei
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
2013: Acta Dermatovenerologica Croatica: ADC
Jun Yamamoto, Atsushi Hamamoto, Masaoki Shimanouchi, Yoshiaki Ueda, Toshinori Hashizume, Tetsushi Suito
We experienced a rare case of a 73-year-old woman with giant hemangioma of the left 8th rib. She had an abnormal shadow of left lower lung field in a health check and was referred to our hospital. Preoperative examination suggested malignant rib tumor because of tumor growth beyond the disrupted bony cortex. She underwent resection of the left 8th rib with the 7th rib and the 7th intercostal muscles and reconstruction of the chest wall defect. The pathological diagnosis of the lesion was cavernous hemangioma...
July 2013: Kyobu Geka. the Japanese Journal of Thoracic Surgery
Yasunori Shikada, Masakazu Katsura, Hidenori Kouso, Fumihiro Shoji, Chie Ushijima, Sadanori Takeo
A 51-year-old female was referred to our clinic for investigation of abnormal chest X-ray findings during a routine health examination. Chest computed tomography showed a middle mediastinal tumor, and she was admitted to hospital for surgical treatment. The tumor was removed using thoracoscopic surgery, without significant blood loss. Pathological examination showed that the tumor was composed of blood vessels with relatively thick vascular walls containing smooth muscle. Immunohistochemical staining was positive for CD34 and Factor VIII, and negative for D2-40...
February 2015: General Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
Memduh Oruc, Ahmet Engin Atay, Pervin Karabulut, Semir Pasa, Ahmet Elbey, Nazim Ekin, Serdar Yildirim
Hemangiomas are benign vascular tumors that usually involve the liver, skin, eyes and central nervous system. Hemangioma of the bone is unusual and is generally observed in the vertebrae or skull while hemangioma of the costae is extremely rare. Hemangioma of the rib and chest wall tuberculosis may be misdiagnosed as chest wall tumors. We herein report a case of hemangioma of the rib with a tuberculosis infection of the pleura.
2013: Internal Medicine
Tomoki Nakagawa, Hajime Watanabe, Kenei Nakazato, Daisuke Masuda, Go Ogura, Ryota Masuda, Naoya Nakamura, Masayuki Iwazaki
Primary chest wall tumors occur infrequently; in particular, cavernous hemangioma of the chest wall is an extremely rare disease. We report a case of child with cavernous hemangioma of the chest wall, which was successfully resected. Obvious enlargement of the tumor and the appearance of pain were observed during a 2-year follow-up. In the present case, transcutaneous ultrasonography showed the appearance and disappearance of the mass. This was considered to be caused by the transfer of contents between the shallow and deep parts of the tumor...
August 2013: General Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
Mohammed Bouchikh, Abdellah Achir, Khadija Setti, Tchely-Oualy Mbola, Damsane Lamboni, Fouad Zouaidia, Najat Mahassini, Abdellatif Benosman
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
2012: Pan African Medical Journal
Fernando Conrado Abrão, Mauro Tamagno, Mauro Canzian, Ângelo Fernandez, Jacques Bibas, Paulo Manuel Pêgo Fernandes, Fabio Biscegli Jatene
An asymptomatic 48-year-old woman presented to our hospital with a tumor of the rib incidentally diagnosed on a chest roentgenogram. The patient was investigated and underwent tumor resection of the chest wall. The pathologic study revealed that it was cavernous hemangioma. This tumor of the bone is a distinctly uncommon benign vascular tumor, generally occurring in the spine or skull. Hemangiomas involving the rib are even more rare, with only 22 cases described in the literature. However, we suggest that this tumor of the rib should be considered in the differential diagnosis, principally in asymptomatic patients...
February 2011: Annals of Thoracic Surgery
Refik Ulku, Serdar Onat, Alper Avci, Cihan Akgul Ozmen
We report a case of an 11-year-old girl who presented with a slowly enlarging mass in the right posterolateral chest wall. Computed tomography showed a soft-tissue mass 8.5 × 7.5 × 5.5 cm in size, arising from the right posterolateral 9th, 10th, and 11th intercostal spaces. Magnetic resonance imaging confirmed a vascular mass. The patient underwent complete resection of the tumor, together with the right 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th ribs and their intercostal muscles. Reconstruction of the chest wall was performed with methyl methacrylate and Marlex mesh...
2010: Texas Heart Institute Journal
Dimitri Novitzky, Maya Guglin, Cedric Sheffield
We describe the management of a patient who presented with symptoms of severe congestive heart failure. A 48-year-old man was initially seen in the emergency room, admitted to the hospital, and worked up with a transthoracic echocardiogram, a transesophageal echocardiogram, and a computer tomography scan of the chest. All cardiac valves were normal, as was the left ventricular ejection fraction. A mobile left atrial tumor measuring 6 x 4 x 5 cm was found attached to the left atrial dome, left atrial cuff, and left pulmonary veins...
October 2009: Heart Surgery Forum
T-W Huang, S-C Lee, J-C Chen, H-H Hsu, Y-L Cheng
Chest wall osseous hemangioma is a rare disease entity accounting for only 0.7% of all hemangiomas. Hemangioma of the sternum is extremely rare, and only three cases have been reported in the literature. We present an additional case of a sternal hemangioma with confirmation by surgical resection. There was no local recurrence during three years' follow-up. We review the pertinent literature and discuss the management of the entity.
December 2008: Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon
Hiroshige Nakamura, Ken Miwa, Kenichirou Miyoshi, Yoshin Adachi, Shinji Fujioka, Yuji Taniguchi, Yuji Yaniguchi
The patient was a 51-year-old man who visited the hospital with swelling of the anterior chest. Chest computed tomography detected a tumor developing from the anterior mediastinum to the anterior chest wall. There was weak contrast enhancement inside the tumor, and calcification was observed in the central region. A soft tumor with an obscure border and that adhered to the back of the left sternum was surgically removed with thymic fat including the region of the chest wall that had been penetrated by the tumor...
April 2007: General Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
Jennifer S Kang, Kevin O Lillehei, Bette K Kleinschmidt-Demasters
BACKGROUND: Capillary hemangiomas occasionally occur in the peripheral nervous system (PNS), presenting as mass lesions causing proximal nerve root symptoms, thus prompting neurosurgical intervention. In contrast to cavernous angiomas, which may also occasionally involve the PNS, capillary hemangiomas have little or no tendency for acute or chronic bleeding and, hence, lack the apoplectic symptomatic onset and neuroimaging features of hemosiderin deposition as seen in cavernous angiomas...
June 2006: Surgical Neurology
Satoki Kinoshita, Shigeya Kyoda, Kazuto Tsuboi, Kyonsu Son, Teruyuki Usuba, Yuichi Nakasato, Hideyuki Kashiwagi, Kazumasa Komine, Meisei Takeishi, Shuji Sato, Hiroshi Takeyama, Ken Uchida, Yojii Yamazaki, Goi Sakamoto
We report a rare case of a huge cavernous hemangioma arising in a male breast. A 60-year-old man first noticed 1 x 2 cm elastic hard nodule just below his right nipple ten years previously. It enlarged 5 x 5 cm over six years. When he came to our clinic, it was size of child head (510 mm in circumference),was an elastic hard with a rather smooth surface, and firmly fixed to the chest wall. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and multidetectocomputed tomography (MDCT)showed a large mass infiltrating into the chest wall...
2005: Breast Cancer: the Journal of the Japanese Breast Cancer Society
Ukihide Tateishi, Gregory W Gladish, Masahiko Kusumoto, Tadashi Hasegawa, Ryohei Yokoyama, Ryosuke Tsuchiya, Noriyuki Moriyama
Benign chest wall tumors are uncommon lesions that originate from blood vessels, nerves, bone, cartilage, or fat. Chest radiography is an important technique for evaluation of such tumors, especially those that originate from bone, because it can depict mineralization and thus indicate the diagnosis. Computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging are helpful in further delineating the location and extent of the tumor and in identifying tumor tissues and types. Although the radiologic manifestations of benign and malignant chest wall tumors frequently overlap, differences in characteristic location and appearance occasionally allow a differential diagnosis to be made with confidence...
November 2003: Radiographics: a Review Publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 1954: American Journal of Surgery
Katsuhiko Shimizu, Yoshinori Yamashita, Jun Hihara, Yoshihiro Seto, Tetsuya Toge
A 59-year-old man with an enlarged left chest wall mass that had been followed up for 3 years underwent surgical resection. The mass was pathologically diagnosed as cavernous hemangioma of the rib. This is the fourth case of this rare disease to be reported. However, it suggests that hemangioma of the rib should be considered in the differential diagnosis of rib tumors, especially in asymptomatic patients.
September 2002: Annals of Thoracic Surgery
F S Keller, J Rösch, A F Barker, C T Dotter
Percutaneous, nonsurgical interventions using angiographic catheter techniques and radiologic guidance were used in the management of seven cases of various lesions of the chest and lungs. Successful catheter therapy included the embolization of a large, acquired, postinflammatory vascular malformation causing massive hemoptysis and a cavernous hemangioma of the chest wall. Sixteen pulmonary arteriovenous fistulas (one patient), an iatrogenic internal mammary artery-to-innominate vein fistula, and a persistent, postbiopsy bronchopleural fistula were successfully closed...
April 1982: Chest
H W Präuer, D Mack
The rare primary bone tumors of the chest wall have to be distinguished from metastatic or specific inflammatory bone diseases as well as from neoplasm of mediastinal or bronchogenic origin secondarily involving the chest wall. Their x-ray appearance may lead to confusion with pulmonary or mediastinal tumors. Since definite diagnosis by x-ray studies including computed tomography is not possible and many of these tumors are malignant or tend to recur locally, radical resection is mandatory. From 1970 to 1982 34 primary tumors of the bony chest wall were observed...
1983: Langenbecks Archiv Für Chirurgie
G H Omell, L S Anderson, R T Bramson
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 1973: Radiologic Clinics of North America
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