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The diagnosis of littoral cell angioma (LCA) was finally made, which is a different vascular tumor with a resemblance pathologically to either tufted angioma (TA) or kaposiform hemangioendothelioma (KHE) in association with lymphatic-like vessels [9].
In our patient, the diagnosis of littoral cell angioma of the spleen associated with intrasplenic KMS was established following splenectomy and histopathological analysis.
Littoral cell angioma of the spleen: CT features with clinicopathologic comparison.
Also, there have been cases of LCA and littoral cell angiosarcoma (11) reported to present as splenic rupture and hemoperitoneum.
As the entity of littoral cell angioma of the spleen becomes more prevalent after two decades of its existence in medicine, long-term follow-up of these patients can be promising in finding more information about this disease.
Immunohistochemistry with CD31 and CD68 were done for the diagnosis of lymphangioma and littoral cell angioma.
Littoral cell angioma is a vascular neoplasm of the spleen.
Littoral cell angioma is a vascular tumor arising form littoral cells originating from splenic sinuses.
(28,29) The lining cells of the vascular channels show mild to moderate atypia with similar immunohistochemical staining patterns to littoral cell angioma, with positive immunostaining for endothelial and histiocytic markers.
Littoral cell angioma is a relatively recently described neoplasm, (1) composed of vascular channels lined by tall, plump, mildly atypical endothelial cells that show immunoreactivity for both vascular and histiocytic markers.