Hemangiomas and Vascular Malformations. Hemangiomas. Infantile Hemangiomas Most common vascular tumor of infancy 10% More common in Caucasians Females Premature infants Placental abnormalities Location >50% head and neck 25% trunk Rest on extremities Timing
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A new adolescent patient is seen in your office for a sports physical. He points out a hairless, well-circumscribed, yellowish waxy plaque located on his scalp. He says its been there since birth but has recently become more raised. He wants to know what it is?
A. Epidermal nevi
C. Halo nevus
D. Nevus sebaceous
E. Ash-leaf spot