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Gefäßtumoren der Haut

  • H. Kutzner
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Zusammenfassung

Die im Folgenden gewählte Klassifikation basiert auf histologischen und onkologischen Kriterien.

Synonym

progressives Lymphangiom Feuermal Portwein-Fleck Cutis marmorata teleangiectatica congenita Phlebectasia congenita keratotisches Hämangiom unilaterales verruköses Hämangiom Angiokeratoma circumscriptum naeviforme Naevus keratoangiomatosus Naevus vascularis unius lateralis Spinnenangiom Sternchenangiom Lippenangiom PASINI venöse Malformation „tufted angioma“ „progressive capillary hemangioma“ „angioblastoma of Nakagawa“ „juvenile/acquired tufted angioma“ Der Terminus „tufted angioma“ beruht auf klinischen Beobachtungen büschelartig gruppierter Angiomknötchen „Tuft“ bedeutet aber auch „a coil of capillaries“ Die histologische Bezeichnung könnte entsprechend „knäuelartiges“ Hämangiom lauten seniles Hämangiom „cherry angioma“ angiolymphoide Hyperplasie mit Eosinophilie histiozytoides“ Hämangiom Epitheloides Hämangiom und Morbus Kimura sind separate Entitäten die sich in Ätiopathogenese Klinik und Histologie unterscheiden Der Morbus Kimura ist keine vaskuläre Neoplasie Hobnail-Hämangiom/SchuhzweckenHämangiom Dabska-Tumor Sarcoma idiopathicum multiplex haemorrhagicum Myoperizytom 

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