- 6yo F who presented in first year of life with right lateral leg staining
- Imaging at 2 yr of age demonstrated marginal vein
- Patient progressed to syncopal episodes while wearing compression, likely due to large size of marginal vein
- 35yo F presents to CHCO VAC 11/2018
- Purple stain to right lateral thigh, RLE overgrowth, blebbing to foot, right buttock, groin
- Evaluated at multiple facilities throughout lifetime and received multiple diagnoses
- Has undergone several surgical excisions of bothersome “hemangiomas”
- 3-year-old female patient, born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil
- Previously healthy
- Admitted to E.R. with a 2-d history of fever and vomiting
- Right Otitis Media diagnosed in another service, treated with azithromycin.
- Developed with worsening of symptoms and bilateral convergent strabismus, more accentuated to the right
- Four-year-old female patient presented with a previous diagnosis of cloaca.
- Colostomy was placed at birth and at 1 year a vesicoureteral reimplantation was performed.
- 7 yo female presents to clinic to discuss a "hemangioma" present since birth.
- Lesion fluctuates in size; swelling when crying, angry, or upside down.
- U/S: Hypoechoic compressible spaces, no- to slow-flow.