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Clinical Imaging and Case Reports

Acquired Portwine Stain on the Face in associate Adult: A Case Report and Review
Mark Melville*, Herman Twain

Department of Science, University of British Columbia, Canada

Correspondence to Author: Mark Melville

Abstract:

Port wine stains (PWSs) conjointly referred to as birthmark square measure vascular malformations that gets its name from its ap- pearance mimicking “port wine” (a fortified red wine) spilled on the skin. There square measure nonheritable PWSs and purchased PWSs. It are often found anyplace on the body, the foremost common sites being the face, neck, scalp, arms, or legs. Herein, we have a tendency to gift a case of Associate in Nursing noninheritable nevus flammeus (“Fegeler syndrome) on the lower third of the face.

Keywords:

fortified wine, acquired, lower third face

Citation:

Mark Melville. Acquired Portwine Stain on the Face in associate Adult: A Case Report and Review Clinical Imaging and Case Reports 2021.