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Salmon Patch and Port Wine Stain- Birthmarks in a child 


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Nevus flammeus includes Salmon patch and Port Wine Stain.

These lesions are congenital vascular malformations.

The following syndromes are associated with Nevus flammeus.

1) Sturge Weber Syndrome

2) Klippel Trenauney Weber Syndrome

3) Cobb's Syndrome


Further reading:

Capillary malformations: a classification using specific names for specific skin disorders.

Persistent salmon patch on the forehead and glabellum in a chinese adult.

Salmon patch: a descriptive study.

Case in point. Salmon patch-hemorrhages (nonproliferative retinopathy associated with sickle-cell disease).

Multiple myeloma manifesting as a salmon patch conjunctival mass.

Acquired Port-wine Stain in an Adult Male: First Reported Case from India with Review of Literature.

Fegelers syndrome, acquired port-wine stain or acquired capillary malformation: three cases and a literature review.

More than meets the eye: the 'pink salmon patch'.

The evolution of salmon-patch hemorrhages in sickle cell retinopathy.


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