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Hemangiomas, Vascular Malformations, and Ectasias

Hemangiomas

Fig. 38-1

Strawberry hemangioma, involuting at one margin of the tumor in the form of a gray zone representing fibrosis.


Fig. 38-2

Strawberry hemangioma, tumor.


Fig. 38-3

Strawberry hemangioma, tumorous plaque.


Fig. 38-4

Strawberry hemangioma, papules, plaques, nodules, and zones of regression.


Fig. 38-5

Strawberry hemangioma, tumor with foci of regression.


Fig. 38-6

Strawberry hemangioma, tumor with zones of regression.


Fig. 38-7

Strawberry hemangioma, papules and tumors within which are foci of regression.


Fig. 38-8

Strawberry hemangioma, nodules causing distortion of an ear.


Fig. 38-9

Strawberry hemangioma, papules, plaques, and tumors accompanied by many foci of regression.


Fig. 38-10

Strawberry hemangioma, tumor.


Fig. 38-11 A

Strawberry hemangioma; plaque at an early and later stage.


Fig. 38-11 B

Strawberry hemangioma; plaque at an early and later stage.


Fig. 38-12

Strawberry hemangioma.


Fig. 38-13

Strawberry hemangioma, plaque with ulceration and foci of regression.


Fig. 38-14

Strawberry hemangioma, tumor with zones of regression.


Fig. 38-15

Strawberry hemangioma, plaque with zones of regression.


Fig. 38-16

Strawberry hemangioma, plaque with crust and large zones of regression.


Fig. 38-17

Cavernous hemangioma, tumor, as well as numerous papules, on the surface of a lesion that is resolving.


Fig. 38-18

Cavernous hemangioma, tumor with large zones of regression.


Fig. 38-19

Cavernous hemangioma, tumor with partial regression and a permanently distorted lip.


Fig. 38-20

Cherry hemangiomas, papules.


Fig. 38-21

Tufted hemangioma, plaque.


Fig. 38-22

Tufted hemangioma, papules and plaques arranged in a reticulated pattern.