alexa Recurrent Pulmonary Hemangioma: A Case Report

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Recurrent Pulmonary Hemangioma: A Case Report

Pulmonary Angioma is an extremely rare benign vascular tumor, affecting, in exceptional cases, some adults. The risk of multiple and postoperative recurrence is rare but should not be ignored in order to establish. We report a case of recurrent pulmonary hemangioma, revealed by chest pain and recurrent hemoptysis for a 27 year old woman who has a medical history of right lower lobectomy indicated in front of a proximal tissue process right lower lobe. Subsequently, the patient had extra-pulmonary locations based on the radio-clinical setting: aggressive Angioma in the lumbar vertebra of L3 confirmed via biopsy, skull Angioma and left distal femoral Angioma.

Recurrent Pulmonary Hemangioma: A Case Report

 
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