Hemangioma

 

A hemangioma is referred to as an anomalous accumulation of blood vessels into the skin or internal organs of the body, particularly in the top skin layers (called capillary hemangioma), deeper into the skin (called hemangioma), and sometimes, in a mixture of both. About 30 percent of such abnormality can be traced during birth itself, while the rest may occur in the initial months post birth. Known symptoms of a hemangioma include a reddish-purple or red, raised skin sore, and/or a massive raised tumor with blood vessels. Hemangiomas generally occur on the neck and face. Though they are not advised to be treated and left to disappear on their own, a laser is used in some of the severe cases to remove the small vessels.

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