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[Cutaneous immature hemangioma and hepatic angioma: there is no frequent association].

INTRODUCTION: The aim of this work was to determine the usefulness of systematic liver sonography in patients with immature cutaneous hemangiomas.

PATIENTS AND METHODS: Children with immature cutaneous hemangiomas who met inclusion criteria underwent liver sonography.

RESULTS: No case of hepatic angioma was observed.

CONCLUSIONS: Liver sonography is not necessary as a routine test in children with several immature angiomas. This examination could be proposed in situations other than those evaluated in this work including miliary angiomas, unusual immature angiomas, hepatomegaly, unexplained heart failure.

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