A hemangioma (or angioma) is a small non-cancerous overgrowth of blood vessels in the skin.
They occur in up to 10% of infants and can occur in adults as well.
The Strawberry hemangioma, or Capillary Naevus, is more common in premature babies.
The hemangioma may appear when the baby is a few days or weeks old and rapidly grow over a few months.
The eventual size varies from a tiny dot to several centimeters in diameter.
Occasionally hemangiomas bleed or ulcerate.
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