- Infantile hemangiomas are usually noticed at approximately 2-3 weeks of life.
- Cavernous hemangiomas are deeper tumors. While they may represent deep infantile hemangiomas, some reported cavernous hemangiomas represent venous malformations rather than true neoplasms. They may arise within the testes or within the scrotum.
- Lobular capillary hemangiomas (pyogenic granulomas) are acquired hemangiomas that usually present later in adulthood.
Genital hemangioma - Anogenital in
D18.09 – Hemangioma of other sites
416824008 – Cavernous hemangioma
Differential Diagnosis & Pitfalls
- Lymphangioma circumscriptum
- Kaposi sarcoma
- Angiokeratoma / angiokeratoma of scrotum
- Epidermoid cyst
- Median raphe cyst
- Bowenoid papulosis
- Arteriovenous malformation
- Sclerosing lymphangitis of the penis