Angiomatosis

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Definition

Angiomatosis is a condition that refers to "little knots" of capillaries in different organs. Angiomatosis tend to be defined, sponge-like, sharp tumors that are composed of dilated and large cavernous vascular spaces. Angiomatosis often appears in people with Sturge-Weber syndrome, Bacillary angiomatosis, Von-Hippel-Lindau disease and Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber syndrome.

Treatment

Treatment for Angiomatosis may include irradiation and surgical tumor removal. For eye tumors, cryosurgery, laser eye surgery and surgical tumor removal may be used. Always seek medical advice about Angiomatosis treatments.

Symptoms and Signs

Symptoms of Angiomatosis include high blood pressure, limb weakness, dizziness, walking and balancing problems, headaches, angioma, impaired vision and other vision problems, brain angioma, retinoangioma, pheochromocytoma, spinal cord angioma, hemangioblastoma, retinal lesions, angiomatosis and cerebellar hemangioblastoma.

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