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Case Number : CT0006 Admin_Dermpath

Please read the clinical history and view the images by clicking on them before you proffer your diagnosis.
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Female 3 years, purple nodule on cheek.


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Saleem Taibjee - Thanks for this case, Phillip. Vascular lesions are not my strong point, and I feel ignorant about this case despite spending half my working time as a paediatric dermatologist! Ignoring the clinical information provided and looking at the slides blind without knowledge of Glut-1 positivity, how would it be possible to come to the diagnosis of infantile haemangioma? What are the main histological clues? Thanks for continuing this remarkable educational resource. Regards, Saleem P.S. It was nice to see you briefly in Geneva

Phillip McKee - Sorry for being so late. Juvenile hemangioma is correct.

Marwa Fawzi - Infantile Hemangioma

Francisco Vilchez - Infantile Hemangioma

Diana Alvarez - Infantile hemangioma.

Marcela Saeb Lima - Infantile hemangioma

Mona Abdel Halim - I agree with infantile hemangioma,, i went out of track!!!!!!

Rodrigo Restrepo - Infantile hemangioma (juvenile hemangioma)

Eman El-Nabarawy -Infantile hemangioma.

Bostjan Luzar - Juvenile haemangioma. Would be interested in GLUT-1 staining.

Mona Abdel Halim - Kaposiform hemangioendothelioma.
 

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