An abnormal buildup of blood vessels on or under the surface of the skin is called a hemangioma. A hemangioma of the skin may look like a red coloured birthmark and may protrude from the skin. Hemangiomas of this kind frequently appear on the face, neck and behind the ears. They often look painful, but hemangiomas rarely cause any discomfort. Furthermore, hemangiomas are usually small but can grow to be quite large. Sometimes they grow in internal organs such as the liver, larynx, or small and large intestines.

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