Microvenular hemangioma is an uncommon acquired vascular tumor of young to middle-aged adults of both genders. It usually presents as a small, solitary, purple to red papule or plaque on the extremities or trunk. Histologically, the tumor is composed of small branching venules with collapsed lumina and conspicuous pericytes infiltrating the full thickness of the reticular dermis. Because of histological similarity to a Kaposi's sarcoma, the awareness of microvenular hemangioma is important. We report a case of microvenular hemangioma in a 9-year-old girl.
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