ANGIOMATOSIS & TREATMENT
Definition: What is "Angiomatosis"?
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 & large cavernous vascular spaces. Angiomatosis often appears in people with Sturge-Weber syndrome, Bacillary angiomatosis, Von-Hippel-Lindau disease & Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber syndrome.
Symptoms & Signs
Symptoms of Angiomatosis include high blood pressure, limb weakness, dizziness, walking & balancing problems, headaches, angioma, impaired vision & other vision problems, brain angioma, retinoangioma, pheochromocytoma, spinal cord angioma, hemangioblastoma, retinal lesions, angiomatosis & cerebellar hemangioblastoma.
Treatment: How to Treat "Angiomatosis"?
Treatment for Angiomatosis may include irradiation & surgical tumor removal. For eye tumors, cryosurgery, laser eye surgery & surgical tumor removal may be used. Always seek medical advice about Angiomatosis treatments.