A cone in the sky: causes, symptoms, treatment.
Angioma is a vascular tumor,consisting almost entirely of newly formed blood vessels. It is called a real angioma, in fact it is a lump in the sky. There is also a lymphangioma, consisting of lymphatic spaces. In more detail, consider a real angioma, which has two types - a simple angioma and a cavernous vascular tumor.
A simple angioma happens in the form of a bump in the sky,which is a small tumor of cherry or blue. It consists of vessels, crimped, expanded and rolled up like a corkscrew. A cone in the sky can also be a disease "cavernous angioma." It is a tumor that looks like the swollen tissues of the body, which has a dark purple color. From the inside it is arranged in such a way that blood enters the cavernous cavities through narrow arteries, and is excreted through wide venous vessels. A bump in the sky, sooner or later, can cause severe bleeding, so it is quickly removed.
Angiomas are structurally differentcapillary and cavernous. Capillary consist of arteries, veins and capillaries and most often occur on the mucous membrane of the mouth. Cavernous angioma consists of venous vessels and endothelium forming cavities. The surface of its knotty, red-brown color with a wide base. As a result, a tubercle is formed in the sky, on the tonsils, the root of the tongue, the posterior and lateral walls of the pharynx, it can grow to considerable dimensions.
Symptoms of angiomas are incomprehensible sensationsforeign body in the oropharynx, as well as bleeding. Bleeding is the main symptom in determining the disease. With cavernous angioma, even a small injury causes very severe bleeding, which can be fatal.
For the control of angiomas, medicamentous,surgical or radial methods. Can be introduced sclerosing substances in the form of 70% alcohol to reduce and tighten the tumor. The same technique is used in preparation for surgery to reduce bleeding during tumor removal. However, the use of sclerosing drugs in some cases can give a complication in the form of a sharp edema that spreads to the larynx and can cause asphyxia. Successfully applied and radium therapy angiomas.
Capillary angiomas very well treatedradium preparations and can completely disappear under its influence. In cavernous angiomas radium does not have such a therapeutic effect, but, conversely, can cause the appearance of a malignant tumor. With large angiomas located on the back wall of the pharynx, side pharyngotomy is used, bandaging the carotid outside.
The cyst of the oropharynx, most often, is formed on the roottongue, tonsils, sometimes as a cyst in the sky. Basically, the intra-wall cysts on the soft palate initially do not show themselves at all and therefore can reach very large sizes, especially teratoid tumors.
Any cyst is easy to determine by appearance. They are treated only surgically. In this case, the cyst is removed together with the envelope. On the soft palate, the intra-cysts are removed completely from under the mucous membrane, the seams are superimposed on the incision.
There are also mixed tumors occurringless often than other types. They develop from the pharyngeal process of the gland located near the ear. Most often they can be in the soft palate, differ in slow growth, but they can still reach large sizes. The surface of mixed tumors is smooth, round in shape.
If you have a bump in the sky, or something similar, then you need to immediately consult a doctor for advice. That he accurately determined what you have, and then appointed a course of treatment.