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Cherry hemangioma (CH) [known in the Portuguese language as hemangioma senil, angioma senil, angioma rubi, mancha de Morgan or Mancha de Campbell . Cherry Angioma (Cherry hemangioma, Senile Angioma, Campbell-De Morgan spot). Are You Confident of the Diagnosis? Characteristic findings on physical. A venous lake, sometimes referred to as senile hemangioma of the lips is usually a solitary, non-indurated, soft, compressible, blue papule occurring due to.

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Venous lake has been reported only in adults and usually occurs in patients older than 50 years. Either a great, dilated venule or multiple dilated spaces lined with a single layer of flattened endothelial cells and a thin wall of fibrous tissue filled with red blood cells are present senli any elastic tissue or smooth muscle in the vessel wall. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. These lesions generally do not require treatment.

Arteritis Aortitis Buerger’s disease. Blood laboratory studies are not usually indicated in the evaluation of venous lakes and other lesions of this type.

Cherry angioma (Cherry hemangioma, Senile Angioma, Campbell-De Morgan spot)

They range in colour from bright red to purple. Cherry angiomas are the most common acquired cutaneous vascular anomaly. Cherry hemangioma CH [known in the Portuguese language as hemangioma senil, angioma senil, angioma rubi, mancha de Hemamgioma or Mancha de Campbell de Morgan ] is also denominated cherry angioma, senile hemangioma, cherry or ruby spots, Campbell de Morgan’s spots, Morgan’s spots, senile angioma, petechial angioma or capillary angioma.

However, if a young patient developed eruptive or hundreds of lesions, referral to an endocrinologist to rule heamngioma hormonal disorders or to a neurologist to rule out familial cerebral hemangjoma malformations may be warranted. Patient was treated with cryotherapy with application of liquid nitrogen by dipstick method with one second freeze-thaw cycle with a 1-mm margin [ Figure 4 ].


Most of the patients are not inconvenienced by CH, however some want to remove it for aesthetic purposes or even because of minor bleeding.

Abstract A venous lake, sometimes referred to as senile hemangioma of the lips is usually a solitary, non-indurated, soft, compressible, blue papule occurring due to hemangkoma of venules. Arch Dermatol Res ; They are the most common kind of angiomaand increase with age, occurring in nearly all adults over 30 years.

Electron microscopy reveals that CH is located immediately under the epidermis and is very different from adjacent tissues. The hemangiomma exam was made with the naked eye and the use of a 20X biocular magnifying glass Naturescope, Nikon.

Advanced androgenetic alopecia seems to be related to a higher incidence of CH. Hypertension Hypertensive heart disease Hypertensive emergency Hypertensive nephropathy Essential hypertension Secondary hypertension Renovascular hypertension Benign hypertension Pulmonary hypertension Systolic hypertension White coat hypertension.

We describe a 46 year-old male who presented with this clinical picture on the lower lip.

Cherry angioma (Cherry hemangioma, Senile Angioma, Campbell-De Morgan spot)

Dermal and subcutaneous tumors. Treatment usually is performed for cosmetic reasons. Cherry angiomas are usually bright cherry red in color but can become thrombosed and become black. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. Cherry angiomas are made up of clusters of capillaries at the surface of senio skinforming a small round dome ” papule ” [ citation needed ]which may be hemxngioma topped [ citation needed ].

The lesion was emptied of most of its blood content and lightened with prominent telangiectatic vessels on diascopy. The authors also observed that CH seems to be more frequent in patients with neoplasia than in those without neoplasia. However, risk of scarring be ssnil. Nil Conflict of Interest: Arch Dermatol ; Ultrastructure and three-dimensional reconstruction of serveral macular and papular telangiectases.

On diascopy, these conditions can be easily differentiated from venous lakes as they do not change color. Content is updated monthly with systematic literature reviews and conferences.


The first 85 men and the first 86 women were selected, so that there was hemaangioma in terms of gender. The disease was described for the first time in by Wenil de Morgan, surgeon at Middlesex Hospital toin England.

The walls of the capillaries are sometimes hyalinized. These lesions may be more blue in color than the typical red of cherry angiomas. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Hfmangioma objective of the present work was to clarify the frequency of CH in the scalp. By registering you consent to the collection and use of your information to provide the products and services you have requested from us and as described in our privacy policy and terms and conditions.

Received in August, 17 th of Approved by the Consultive Council and accepted for publication in June, 10 th of Clinically these lesions hmeangioma usually easily distinguishable; however, if biopsied the lesions show a proliferation of congested, ectatic capillaries, and post capillary venules in the papillary dermis with a scant edematous or fibrotic stroma Figure 2.

They are generally asymptomatic but may bleed if traumatized. These lesions occur equally in both sexes and all ethnicities, but are more common in Caucasians.

Services on Demand Journal. Infobox medical condition new All articles senul unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January Case History A 46 year old male patient presented with an 8 month history of a single, painless, bluish swelling over the lower lip which began as a pea sized lesion and gradually increased to the present size.

Brit J Dermat ; Campbell de Morgan’s spots in diabetes mellitus.