(IH), now the preferred term for these proliferative vascular lesions, are quite common, with an occurrence rate of 4%-5% in infants.
Here, we describe an unusual case of a child presenting with unilateral severe nasal bleeding that proved to be a lobular hemangioma
lesion arising from the posterior portion of the inferior turbinate.
, particularly those on the face or those that are very large, need treatment early to prevent them from interfering with body functions or causing permanent scars.
Infantile hepatic hemangioma
(IHH) historically called "hemangiomaendothelioma" refers to visceral manifestation of infantile hemangioma
Most cases of spinal dumbbell hemangiomas
described in the literature so far were resected using a posterior-only approach or a combined approach with thora-cotomy.
Diffuse hepatic hemangiomas
are associated with the highest risk of morbidity and mortality, secondary to massive infiltration of the hepatic parenchyma with innumerable hemangiomas
are rare benign vascular tumors with clinical and histologic features that differ from infantile hemangiomas
; they are present at birth, do not manifest the classic triphasic growth pattern associated with infantile hemangiomas
and are GLUT1 negative.
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comprise 1.5% of all laryngeal anomalies (5).
is originated from placental trophoblast, fact or fiction?
Skin lesions may turn out to be a harmless hemangioma
, or a deadly hemangiosarcoma.
At 16 months of age, she was restarted on propranolol at 2 mg/kg/day after showing rebound proliferation of the hemangiomas
with the development of deep subcutaneous hemangiomas
over the parotid, mastoid, and submandibular areas.