Vascular Tumour Surgery

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Vascular Surgery may be necessary for arterial leg ulcers, to distend the artery diameter using 'balloon angioplasty' for instance, or more in-depth 'by-pass surgery'.

A vascular brain tumor is a benign (noncancerous) tumor that's caused by an excess growth of blood vessels in the brain or spinal cord.

These are caused due to an unbalanced blood flow near the head or brain. Fever headaches and migraines are common vascular headaches.

There are many types of vascular tumors. The most common type of childhood vascular tumor is infantile hemangioma, which is a benign tumor that usually goes away on its own.

vascular tumors that usually involve the lungs, liver and musculoskeletal system, although it may occur elsewhere in the body such as the head, neck, lymph nodes, intestines, and stomach

Some vascular tumors don’t need treatment because they can heal on their own. Vascular tumour in the ear as Glomus. Glomus is a benign vascular locally aggressive tumour arises from paraganglionic tissue related to certain nerves in the temporal bone, it could causes deafness or not, causes pain which is deeply settled in the ear, gives pulsatile tinnitus and should be treated fast as it could causes cranial nerve paralysis which could be seen as