angiolysis an·gi·ol·y·sis (ān’jē-ŏl’ĭ-sĭs)
Obliteration of blood vessels, as in the tied umbilical cord of a newborn.
- Angioma serpiginosum
angioma serpiginosum angioma serpiginosum angioma ser·pig·i·no·sum (sər-pĭj’ə-nō’səm) n. The presence of rings of red dots on the skin that are due to proliferation and subsequent atrophy of superficial capillaries. Also called essential telangiectasia.
a benign tumor consisting chiefly of dilated or newly formed blood vessels (hemangioma) or lymph vessels (lymphangioma) Historical Examples angioma, lymphangioma, and neuroma are described with the disease of the individual tissues. Manual of Surgery Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles Other tumours of the gums, such as angioma and papilloma, are rare. Manual of Surgery […]
a benign tumor consisting chiefly of dilated or newly formed blood vessels (hemangioma) or lymph vessels (lymphangioma) noun (pl) -mas, -mata (-mətə) a tumour consisting of a mass of blood vessels (haemangioma) or a mass of lymphatic vessels (lymphangioma) n. 1867, medical Latin, from angio- + -oma. angioma an·gi·o·ma (ān’jē-ō’mə) n. pl. an·gi·o·mas or an·gi·o·ma·ta […]
angiomatoid angiomatoid an·gi·o·ma·toid (ān’jē-ō’mə-toid’) adj. Resembling a tumor of vascular origin.