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Figure 1.110. A nevus anemi-cus present at birth on the back of an infant. Note that the nevus is pale and has prominent capillaries. It may be the precursor of a strawberry nevus in that it starts as a fine, threadlike telangiectasis surrounded by an area of localized pallor. Both strawberry nevus and nevus anemicus involute spontaneously.

Figure 1.109. A macular hemangioma of the left knee in an infant. Lesions on the trunk and limbs may be extensive.

Figure 1.110. A nevus anemi-cus present at birth on the back of an infant. Note that the nevus is pale and has prominent capillaries. It may be the precursor of a strawberry nevus in that it starts as a fine, threadlike telangiectasis surrounded by an area of localized pallor. Both strawberry nevus and nevus anemicus involute spontaneously.

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