A LYMPH NODAL CAPILLARY-CAVERNOUS HEMANGIOMA
- A Dellacha
- E Fulcheri
- C Campisi
A capillary-cavernous hemangioma in an obturator lymph node was found incidentally in a64 year-old woman who had undergone unilateral salpingo-oophorectomy and lymphadenectomy for an ovarian neoplasm. Vascular tumors of lymph nodes are briefly reviewed including eight previously described nodal capillary-cavernous hemangiomas. The association with other splanchnic hemangiomas is pointed out and the likelihood that the lesion is a hamartoma rather than a true neoplasm is addressed. Despite its rarity, this entity needs to be recognized by lymphologists who image lymph nodes by lymphangiography as well as by lymph nodal pathologists.
How to Cite:
Dellacha, A. & Fulcheri, E. & Campisi, C., (1999) “A LYMPH NODAL CAPILLARY-CAVERNOUS HEMANGIOMA”, Lymphology 32(3), p.123-125.