Heamangioma

42 year old male. present from birth. Recently increasing. Few episodes of bleeding due to trauma. Diagnosis?

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Port-Wine Stain. is a type of birthmark that got its name because it looks like maroon wine was spilled or splashed on the skin. Though they often start out looking pink at birth, port-wine stains tend to become darker (usually reddish-purple or dark red) as kids grow. This must be since birth. There are currently two options for treating port wine stains: laser treatment and cosmetic camouflage

Capillary haemangioma of face, excision and skin grafting.For immediate relief sclerotherapy.

? PORT WINE STAIN.. ? HEMANGIOMA.. ? A-V MALFORMATION.. NEED'S.. PLASTIC SURGEON'S OPINION..

Tnx &wc Dr Sudeb Mukherjee
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Differential Diagnosis -Facial Hemangioma -Port Wine Stain

Congenital facial hemangeoma

Thanx dr Sudeb Mukherjee
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