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RMJ. 2011; 36(3): 222-224


Management of urinary bladder and external genitalia hemangiomas

Nisar Ahmed Shaikh, Abdul Rasheed Shaikh, Iqbal Soomro.

Abstract
Objective: To evaluate clinical presentation and surgical outcome of haemangiomas.
Material and Methods: Ten patients of urinary bladder and external genitalia haemangiomas selected between 2005 to 2008. Patients of urinary bladder Haemangioma presented with recurrent big vesical stone. The labia majora Haemangioma presented only with red blue pigmentation while scrotal haemangioma presented with bleeding.The mean follow-up of the patients was 3 months to observe healing scar.
Results: The age of urinary bladder Haemangioma patient was 40 years. The mean age of labia majora Haemangioma patients were at the time of diagnosis was 2.5 years (range 1.5-2.5 years) and the mean age of scrotal Haemangioma was 31.3 (range 25-45 years). One had confirmed histologically while nine cases confirmed Clinically.The histologically types of urinary bladder haemangioma was capillary Haemangioma. All patients’ labia majora and scrotal haemangioma were treated with hot water injection while urinary bladder haemangioma treated by lasor fulgration.
Conclusion: Patients with Haemangioma of the urinary bladder and external genitalia have a favourable outcome .

Key words: Haemangioma of urinary bladder, external genital area, Hot water injection and lasor ablation



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