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Case of Hemangioma

Female baby of Age 4 months, having redness and tender swelling over libia (rt sided) since 1-2 months with itching. No any other symptoms Chief Complaints redness, tender swelling with itching Diagnosis What is ?diagnosis and treatment ?

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Cherry Red elevated swelling suggestive of capillary infantile hemangioma Infantile hemangioma Infantile hemangiomas are made up of blood vessels that form incorrectly and multiply more than they should. These blood vessels receive signals to grow rapidly early in a baby’s life.  Most infantile hemangioma will appear at birth or within the first few weeks after birth.  During a baby’s first five months, an infantile hemangioma will grow quickly. This time is called the proliferative phase or growth phase. For most babies, by about 3 months of age, the infantile hemangioma will be at 80 percent of its maximum size. In most cases, they stop growing and begin to shrink by one year of age. This phase of resolution of hemangioma is called involution. In most babies infantile hemangioma will resolve completely.

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Cherry Red elevated swelling suggestive of capillary infantile hemangioma Infantile hemangioma Infantile hemangiomas are made up of blood vessels that form incorrectly and multiply more than they should. These blood vessels receive signals to grow rapidly early in a baby’s life.  Most infantile hemangioma will appear at birth or within the first few weeks after birth.  During a baby’s first five months, an infantile hemangioma will grow quickly. This time is called the proliferative phase or growth phase. For most babies, by about 3 months of age, the infantile hemangioma will be at 80 percent of its maximum size. In most cases, they stop growing and begin to shrink by one year of age. This phase of resolution of hemangioma is called involution. In most babies infantile hemangioma will resolve completely.

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Vulvo vaginitis.. Allergic Contact Dermititis. Hemangioma..

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Labial hemangeoma Soothing agents Sos thrombophobe oint

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? TENIA.. ? CELLULITIS.. ? HEMANGIOMA WITH.. INFECTION..

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Vulvovaginitis Washing from front to back Avoid perfumed soap Dry parts after bath

Tenia infection probably But also consider cellulitis

Treat with local antifungals therapy.

Tinea infection Cellulitis Antibiotics orally T Bact oint locally Nsaid orally

? Hemangioma & ulcerated

Vaginal yeast infection Contact Dermatitis

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