Skin – Nonmelanocytic tumors – Bacillary angiomatosis. Bacillary angiomatosis is an infection determined by Bartonella henselae . S. Angiomatosis bacilar por Bartonella quintana como primera manifestación de. Num Angiomatosis bacilar o sarcoma de Kaposi. Bacillary angiomatosis or Kaposi’s sarcoma. V. Ortiz-Santamaríaa, C. Tural Llacherb, R. Pérez Andrésc, .

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Pathology Outlines – Bacillary angiomatosis

New author database being installed, click here for details. Skin – Nonmelanocytic tumors Vascular tumors Bacillary angiomatosis Author: Page views in Accessed December 31st, Reactive vascular proliferation due to infection by Bartonella henselae or Bartonella quintana Most commonly affects immunocompromised individuals especially those with HIV.

Lobular proliferation of capillaries with ectatic vessels lined by prominent endothelial cells Neutrophils, lymphocytes and histiocytes are frequently present Purplish grey bacterial colonies may be seen. May affect adults and children Most commonly affects immunocompromised individuals. Can occur in any cutaneous site Rarely occurs in mucosa or internal organs.

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Bacillary angiomatosis – Wikipedia

Red, smooth papules and nodules which are widely distributed May mimic Kaposi sarcoma and pyogenic granuloma clinically. Images hosted on other servers: Papules on face, chest, abdomen and back; mass lesion on face. Exophytic lesion on neck. Small, cherry angiomata-like lesions and nodules.

Lobular proliferation of capillaries with ectatic vessels lined by prominent endothelial cells in edematous stroma Neutrophils, lymphocytes and histiocytes are frequently present Purplish grey bacterial colonies may be seen, especially near neutrophils Peripheral collarette may be seen low power histologic image mimics pyogenic granuloma Warthin-Starry special stain will highlight Bartonella organisms.

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