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Rich

(rich),
Arnold R., U.S. pathologist, 1893-1968. See: Hamman-Rich syndrome.
Rapidly-Involuting Congenital Haemangioma. A congenital haemangioma which presents at birth with a 1:1 male:female ratio, which involutes from the centre and heals with fibrosis, thrombosis, and haemosiderin deposition and is GLUT1-positive
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