epithelioid haemangioma

epithelioid haemangioma

A soft-tissue lesion of the head and neck of young, usually female adults, which consists of one or more well-circumscribed pink to red-brown papules and nodules located in the dermis and subcutis.
 
Associations
Trauma, pregnancy, HIV, oral contraceptives.

Pathogenesis
Uncertain whether it is neoplastic or reactive.
References in periodicals archive ?
We read with great interest the recent case report by Barber and Domes in CUAJ describing a case of painful erections caused by epithelioid haemangioma, a rare but benign lesion.