Persistent bleeding in hemosiderotic superficial lymphatic malformation.

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pp. 118-121

Abstract

A superficial lymphatic malformation often becomes evident following an intralesional hemorrhage; often the extravasated blood spreads in the surrounding skin giving rise to a target appearance. A case of intra- and perilesional hemorrhage characterized by the saving of the nipple area is described and its pathogenesis is discussed.


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