Definitions for "HEMANGIOMA"
benign tumor of blood vessels; 'port wine stain' seen in infants and children most commonly found on the face and upper portions of the body. It may disappear spontaneously or require treatment.
a usually harmless tumor made up of blood vessels that can occur as a birthmark or develop later in life. Can be flat or raised; found anywhere in the body, but usually in the skin. Types include: “strawberry” or “raspberry” marks, port wine stains, cavernous.
An aggregation of multiple, dilated, blood vessels.
Keywords:  bumpy, swollen, baby, bright, dark
a bright or dark red, raised or swollen, bumpy area on the skin of a baby or child.
Keywords:  see
See Hemangiomas.