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Papillary angioma

Papillary angiomas (or haemangiomas) develop in 10% of babies. They are due to proliferation of blood vessels. These marks often become apparent in the first month of life and progress with age, disappearing by the age of 10 years old in approximately 50% of cases. Haemangiomas on the child's face or genital area can be removed by laser treatment. This treatment is hazardless and does not require anaesthesia.


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