Hemangioma in children

Hemangioma, also known as a strawberry mark, appears as a mark on the skin and is most common in children up to one year. Most hemangiomas do not cause any problems and disappear by themselves. Contact bvc if the child is older than six weeks when they occur, or if the child has six hemangiomas or more.

Lentigo solaris – sunspots

Lentigo solaris are harmless brown pigment spots on the skin. They are also called sunspots and sometimes age spots. Usually the spots are formed on the top of the hands and on the face. If the stains change in any way, you should contact a healthcare center.