And Capillary Haemangioma

ICD-O:9120/0

Haemangiomas of the choroid can be diagnosed clinically by fluorescein angiography. Diffuse haemangio-matosis with facial skin involvement can be seen in the Sturge-Weber syndrome. The treatment of these vascular lesions is radiation (external beam or radioactive plaque); for this reason pathologists do not see these lesions very often. Only when the haemangiomas lead to retinal attachment and blindness will enucleation follow. The excised globe usually shows reactive changes due to radiotherapy.

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