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Intramuscular hemangiomas of the head and neck: Three case reports

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April 30, 2016
by Omer Aydin, MD; Gurkan Keskin, MD; Mete Iseri, MD; Arif Ulubil, MD; Fatma Demir Kuru, MD; Abdulkadir Oran, MD; Serhan Derin, MD

Abstract

Hemangiomas are tumors of vascular origin that frequently occur on the skin and mucosal surfaces in the pediatric age group. Hemangiomas located in skeletal muscles are called intramuscular hemangiomas. Intramuscular hemangiomas mostly occur in the extremities and the trunk. In this article, 3 cases of surgically treated intramuscular hemangiomas that could not be diagnosed by routine preoperative investigations are presented in light of recent literature.

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