Male child of six months of age , has this painless lesion since 1 month of the age. Sudden onset , painless , red discolouration . No other significant history .

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Haemangioma . Give propranolol 0.5 mg/kg/day . Can gradually increase the dose to 1.6 mg/kg/day . Look for side effects like hypoglycaemia and bradycardia . Most of them resolve themselves by 5 to 10 years . Maximum disappear by adulthood . Injectable triamcilone is helpful .

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6 Months Infant, with Scalp Lesion. This is a CONGENITAL CAPILLARY HEMANGIOMA. (Not noticed at Birth, as it was small and covered by Hair). Rx : PRORONOLOL O.5 mg/kg q 12h. For 6 to 8 months. NSG IS MANDATORY TO SEE THE EXTENT OF THE LESION. SEARCH OTHER SITES FOR HEMANGIOMAS.

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That's a hemangioma . Oral steroids or propranolol will help

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