Method. The case presented with intraoral submucosal hemangioma of the cheek was treated by intralesional injection of aethoxysklerol 3% diluted in water for. An otherwise healthy year-old female patient had painless swelling in her left buccal mucosa. No precipitating factors were identified. Pathological analysis. Althought hemangioma is considered one of the most common soft tissue tumors of the head and neck [2], it is relatively rare in the oral cavity.

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Intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia Iintraoral hemangioma presenting as a soft-tissue sarcoma. An incisional biopsy was performed under local anesthesia, during which, profuse bleeding was noted.

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Arteriovenous malformation, biologic behavior, differential diagnosis, hemangioma, vascular malformation. Moreover, no lymph nodes were palpable. Oral hemangiomas are usually seen on the gingiva and less nemangioma at other sites where it occurs as a capillary or cavernous type, more commonly the former [ 6 ].

The capillaries were lined by a single layer of endothelial cells. Pediatr Clin North Am. The view of excised tissue and extracted tooth 4. Kauffman and Stout remarked that, although endothelial proliferation that can be easily mistaken for a characteristic of sarcoma is present, the endothelial layer of the lesion is composed of normal endothelial cells, the endothelial proliferation is of benign papillae pattern, and the cells show no atypia.

International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The structures of oral cavity can be affected by numerous pathological conditions that could be developmental, inflammatory, or neoplastic in origin.

The excised tissue was submitted for histopathological evaluation [ Figure 2 ]. In the present case study, we report a rare and an unusual case of capillary haemangioma of the palatal mucosa.


Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology in General Medicine. Capillary hemangioma are composed of small thin-walled vessels of capillary size that are lined by a single layer of flattened or plump endothelial cells and surrounded by a discontinuous layer of pericytes and reticular fibres [ 6 ]. Clinical characteristics, treatment and outcome of 28 oral haemangiomas in pediatric patients. Intralesional bare fiber laser treatment of hemangioma of infancy.

Post-treatment intraoral photograph Click here to view. It was firm, pedunculated and red mass, and was located in the attached gingiva in the right maxillary region, covering almost the entire coronal part of the 3 and 4 teeth. The quantity of injected sclerosing agents and the number of applications during the sclerotherapy treatment depend on the size and location of the lesion and involvement of adjacent structures, not forgetting to mention the obtained results, which should be evaluated before the administration of the next dose after an interval of 1 to 2 weeks [ 4141526 ].

Oral hemangioma or vascular malformation: Oral pathology, Clinical-pathologic Correlations. More recently, somatic mutational events in gene involved in angiogenesis are related to haemangioma growth [ 4 ]. Oral tumors and tumor-like lesions in infants and children.

Complete blood examination, urine analysis, and an intraoral periapical radiograph with respect to 11, 12 were done. In the case presented here, treatment of the capillary hemangioma was done surgical periodontal treatment. A study of 73 cases from the oral and nasal mucous membranes. Since sclerotherapy is a very effective, inexpensive, and easy-to-apply treatment modality, it should be regarded as the primary choice of treatment, especially for intraoral superficial hemangiomas.

Capillary hemangioma of the maxilla. The capillary form presents as a flat area consisting of numerous small capillaries. Sclerotherapy for venous malformations.

Masson’s hemangioma: A rare intraoral presentation

Footnotes Source of Support: Open in a separate window. Annals of Plastic Surgery. British Journal of Plastic Surgery. Here, a case report of arteriovenous malformation in the oral cavity is presented.


The case has proven that intralesional injection of the aethoxysklerol 0. Radiographically, there was no evidence of crestal bone loss, and lamina dura was intact around the roots of both maxillary right hemagioma and lateral incisor.

They may occur in the oral and maxillofacial region including gingiva, palatal mucosa, lips, jawbone, and salivary glands [ 157101516 ]. Ultrasound in dentistry – A review. The term hemangioma described many lesions that bore little relationship to each other, apart from their being involved with vessels. Simplifi ed diagnostic approach to a congenital vascular lesion [2] Click here to view. It was initially small in size, gradually increased and stabilized after weeks till the present size.

WB Saunders Co; Discussion Hemangiomas are a common soft tissue tumor that often congenital or develop in the neonatal period and grow rapidly. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer.

Mucocele of buccal mucosa is a superficial lesion and, intrworal the present case, the lump was deep in origin.

Indexed in Web of Science. They are well suited for surgical removal of intraoral hemangiomas because they offer a bloodless operational technique and avoid tissue damage. Management of haemangioma with sclerosing agent: Written iintraoral consent was obtained from the patient for publication of this case report and accompanying images.

The term hemangioma commonly describes a large number of vasoformative tumors. Submucosal hemangioma of the cheek at the right molar region.