1986
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.122.3.245
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Angiokeratoma circumscriptum following damage to underlying vasculature

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“…Both verrucous haemangioma and lymphangioma circumscriptum are congenital vascular anomalies with either haemangioma‐like components or dilated lymphatic cisterns in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue, and not the appearance of dilated venules and arterioles. The development path of subepidermal blood cysts in digital AVM remains unknown, but is possibly related to the long‐term consequence of abnormal blood flow diverting from the high‐pressure arterial system to the low‐pressure venous system in the underlying soft tissue 7 …”
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“…Both verrucous haemangioma and lymphangioma circumscriptum are congenital vascular anomalies with either haemangioma‐like components or dilated lymphatic cisterns in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue, and not the appearance of dilated venules and arterioles. The development path of subepidermal blood cysts in digital AVM remains unknown, but is possibly related to the long‐term consequence of abnormal blood flow diverting from the high‐pressure arterial system to the low‐pressure venous system in the underlying soft tissue 7 …”
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confidence: 99%
“…Si bien la fisiopatología del angioqueratoma es desconocida, se ha postulado la teoría de que esta neoplasia sea el resultado o manifestación de una fístula arteriovenosa, resultado de minitraumatismos repetidos de vénulas y vasos linfáticos o hipertensión venosa (42)(43)(44). Aunque para el caso que se registra se hace difícil establecer el origen del angioqueratoma, el histórico de cirugía de reposición de la glándula del tercer párpado puede considerarse un factor desencadenante para la presentación de la neoplasia, puesto que esta fue evidente después del tratamiento quirúrgico.…”
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“…The cause of ACN is unknown; however, nevoid malformations and malformations of underlying deeper vasculature have been proposed (1). Development of ACN following traumatic arteriovenous fistula formation has also been reported (6).…”
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