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Familial Glomangiomatosis

Relatively common syndrome which is characterised by multiple, deep-blue, nodular vascular lesions appearing anywhere on the cutaneous surface isolated or grouped in a plaque-like distribution. The syndrome is inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion, and the lesions develop in childhood and adolescence. Venograms indicate a well-demarcated vascular anomaly, draining veins are usually not seen. Brachymetacarpia of the fourth and fifth finger may be an associated finding.

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