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Haemangiomas are benign vascular proliferations but they can mimic a number of skin cancers. What dermoscopic features are most helpful in diagnosing these lesions?
Three patients presented in the same week with red or purplish papules for assessment.
A 25-year-old woman who was six months postpartum presented with concerns about a pink papule that had appeared on her left breast during pregnancy. The papule persisted after the pregnancy, had bled a number of times and now posed a cosmetic concern for her. Her GP was also concerned that the papule might be a skin cancer.