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Strawberry birthmark

Strawberry birthmark

M220/0125

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MIKE DEVLIN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY MIKE DEVLIN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Strawberry birthmark. Image 2 of 3. This birthmark (naevus), also known as a strawberry mark or cavernous haemangioma, is the dark red, raised mark on the back of this 30-month-old baby girl. It is caused by an abnormal distribution of blood vessels. It usually enlarges rapidly in the first few weeks after birth, causing distress but doing little harm. After the age of about six months the lump subsides. About half of all strawberry marks will have disappeared by age five and most by age nine. Strawberry marks that cause problems, such as persistent bleeding or distress, can be removed by freezing or laser treatment. For the same mark at 11 and 48 months, see images M220/124 and 126.

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