Medical Definition of Cavernous haemangioma

1. Red or purple-coloured vascular skin markings that develop shortly after birth. most are usually painless and benign. Some lesions (cavernous haemangiomas) will disappear or become harder to see as the child approaches school age. Localised steroid injections have been used successfully to reduce the size of a birthmark. (16 Mar 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cavernous Haemangioma

caverning
cavernlike
cavernosal
cavernoscope
cavernoscopy
cavernostomy
cavernous
cavernous angioma
cavernous arteries
cavernous branch of internal carotid artery
cavernous groove
cavernous haemangioma (current term)
cavernous haemangioma of liver
cavernous lymphangiectasis
cavernous part of internal carotid artery
cavernous plexus of conchae
cavernous rale
cavernous resonance
cavernous respiration
cavernous rhonchus
cavernous sinus
cavernous sinus branch of internal carotid artery

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