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What is Hemangiopericytoma? Hemangiopericytoma is a rare, painless and usually asymptomatic tumor affected in soft tissues and blood vessels. Blood vessels present in all over the body and hemangiopericytoma tumors are formed anywhere in the body, because of adjacent blood

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Uveal Melanoma

uveal melanoma

What is Uveal melanoma? Uveal melanoma is a rare syndrome, but a familiar key term used for adults who are suffering from  intraocular malignancy. Uveal tract is the middle part of the eye and consist of the choroid, ciliary body, and

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A CT Scan Showing Tumor on the Pancreas - vipoma

What is Vipoma? Vipoma is an acronym which stands for vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP), which is otherwise known as Verner Morrison syndrome. Other experts would call it pancreatic cholera. One clinical feature is heavy diarrhea. It is actually a rare

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