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An ethnic Bengali baby boy presented at birth with a purplish tender lesion on the medial side of his right knee (figure 1A). In the following weeks, the lesion remained stable in size. An ultrasound scan showed a solid mass, slightly heterogeneous, with a vascular pole but no bone involvement (figure 1B).
What is your diagnosis?
The correct answer is E. Tufted angioma (TA) represents a benign vascular tumour that may be congenital, acquired, sporadic or hereditary.1 It usually occurs during infancy or early childhood on the neck, trunk or upper extremities.2 It appears as a dusky red, violaceous solitary tumour or infiltrating plaque, sometimes …
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