acquired tufted angioma

ac·quired tufted an·gi·o·ma

enlarging erythematous macules and plaques in children and adults, composed microscopically of lobules of capillaries and spindle cells that project into thin-walled venular dermal clefts.
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Tufted angioma were described in the literature under different names including Nakagawa's angioma, Nakagawa's angio blastoma, progressive capillary hemangioma and acquired tufted angioma of the skin and subcutaneous tissue.
Features are consistent with Acquired Tufted Angioma
Acquired tufted angioma (ATA) is a rare benign vascular tumor, most commonly localized to skin and subcutaneous tissues.
described an acquired tufted angioma following liver transplantation.
Tufted angioma has been described in the literature under different names including Nakagawa's angioma, Nakagawa's angioblastoma, progressive capillary hemangioma, and acquired tufted angioma of the skin and subcutaneous tissue.
Alessi E, Bertani E, Sola F: Acquired tufted angioma.