2004
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.140.5.591
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Association of Solitary, Segmental Hemangiomas of the Skin With Visceral Hemangiomatosis

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“…[88][89][90][91] Previous retrospective reports 26,81 suggested that the presence of a large or segmental (.5 cm) cutaneous IH might prove a useful marker for hepatic IHs. However, results from a large prospective study suggest that it is the number of cutaneous IHs rather than their size that is the more predictive factor.…”
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“…[88][89][90][91] Previous retrospective reports 26,81 suggested that the presence of a large or segmental (.5 cm) cutaneous IH might prove a useful marker for hepatic IHs. However, results from a large prospective study suggest that it is the number of cutaneous IHs rather than their size that is the more predictive factor.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Multifocal and diffuse HH correspond with IH, the most common vascular tumor in children that shows a rapid postnatal growth (0-12 mo) followed by slow involution (1-5 years). It is probable that most HH remain undiagnosed since they are asymptomatic self-limiting lesions, although they often come to clinical attention while screening for visceral hemangioma based on the presence of multiple cutaneous IH (Figure 1), since the liver is the most commonly involved organ [3,7,8] . Some patients may develop a congestive heart failure associated with highvolume vascular shunting and treatment is warranted.…”
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“…The importance of diagnosis remains in the fact that there may be associations with intracranial vascular abnormalities, including aneurysm, subarachnoid hemorrhage, anomalous vascular anastomoses, cerebral hypoplasia, hemangiomas and encephalocele 4 . ICA agenesis can be one of the vascular abnormalities constituting the PHACES (posterior fossa malformations, hemangiomas, arterial malformations, coarctation of the aorta/ cardiac defects, eye abnormalities and sternal defects) syndrome 9 , and there also are reports on its associations with neurofibromatosis types I and II 10,11 . Congenital Horner's syndrome is rarely described in association with ICA agenesis 7,12,13 .…”
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