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Microscope Which type of Hemangioma

Which of the following hemangiomas is characterized by grossly dilated blood vessels with a single layer of endothelium and an absence of neuronal tissue within the lesions?
A) Strawberry Hemangioma
B) Cavernous Hemangioma
C) Cherry Hemangioma
D) Port-wine stain
E) Eruptive hemangioma
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No clue, but taking a guess.

Since a strawberry hemangioma involutes I would say it would be the simplest of all the ones listed and be the answer.

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Is it cavernous ?
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Is it cavernous ?
Yes, it is.
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