Advanced Ultrasound in Diagnosis and Therapy ›› 2021, Vol. 5 ›› Issue (2): 112-114.doi: 10.37015/AUDT.2021.200041

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Intravenous Lobular Capillary Haemangioma of the Jugular Vein: A Case Report and Literature Review

Aiqin Peng, MSa, Zhengdong Fei, MSb,*(), Lu Zhang, MSb, Dan Xu, MSc   

  1. aDepartment of Radiology, Shuyang People’s Hospital, the Affiliated Shuyang Hospital of Xuzhou Medical University, Shuyang, Jiangsu, China
    bDepartment of Ultrasound, Shuyang People’s Hospital, the Affiliated Shuyang Hospital of Xuzhou Medical University, Shuyang, Jiangsu, China
    cDepartment of Pathology, Shuyang People’s Hospital, the Affiliated Shuyang Hospital of Xuzhou Medical University, Shuyang, Jiangsu, China
  • Received:2020-04-21 Revised:2020-05-29 Accepted:2020-06-03 Online:2021-06-30 Published:2021-06-28
  • Contact: Zhengdong Fei, MS, E-mail:zhengdongfei1982@163.com

Abstract:

Intravenous lobular capillary haemangioma (IVLCH) is extremely rare and occurs mostly in the head, neck, and upper extremity veins. This was a case of IVLCH that occurred in the right external jugular vein and was diagnosed by conventional ultrasound and ultrasound elastography. Herein, we described the conventional ultrasonographic and ultrasound elastographic features of one case of IVLCH and discussed the clinical manifestations, pathological and ultrasonographic features, and differential diagnosis of IVLCH.

Key words: Intravenous lobular capillary haemangioma; Ultrasound; Elasticity imaging techniques