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Vascular Lesions

Types of Vascular Lesion include:


Telangiectasia - facial spider veins caused by a dilation of capillary vessels or arterioles.


Cherry Angiomas - slightly raised, red lesions.


Spider Naevi - slightly raised, red spider-like lesions.


Port Wine Stains - red birthmarks often seen on the face.

A vascular lesion is formed by abnormally large or numerous blood vessels located directly under the surface of the skin. These vessels may be visible through the skin or result in a red appearance of the skin. Spider veins (telangiectasia) are the most common vascular lesions.

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