Tufted angioma (angioblastoma). A benign progressive angioma, not to be confused with Kaposi's sarcoma or low-grade angiosarcoma.

@article{Jones1989TuftedA,
  title={Tufted angioma (angioblastoma). A benign progressive angioma, not to be confused with Kaposi's sarcoma or low-grade angiosarcoma.},
  author={Eric W. Jones and Mark Orkin},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology},
  year={1989},
  volume={20 2 Pt 1},
  pages={214-25}
}
Twenty patients are described with an unusual form of angiomatous proliferation, which most commonly arose on the neck and upper trunk in young persons. Because of the histologic finding of small circumscribed angiomatous tufts and lobules scattered in the dermis, we suggest the term tufted angioma for this lesion. Over half the angiomas developed within the first 5 years of life, but only three patients reportedly had lesions at birth. The clinical course was variable, but most of the lesions… CONTINUE READING

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