Spider angioma in children

A type of telangiectasia (swollen blood vessels) found beneath the skin surface containing a central red spot which radiate from the inside to the  periphery like spider web. They can be caused by injury, sun exposure, hormonal changes, or liver disease.

 

 

 

 

 


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Structure of the skin

 

 

 

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