Prolapsed Urinary Bladder Haemangioma
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Haemangiomas are the most common benign vascular tumors of childhood; they can occur at any anatomic site cervicofacial, thoracoabdominal region, extremities, including solid and hollow viscera. Genitourinary tract haemangiomas are however a very rare entity. The most common mode of presentation for genitourinary tract haemangiomas is macroscopic haematuria; other less common presentations include lower abdominal pain and urinary retention. We report an unusual case of a 6 month old female child; she presented with a bleeding interlabial mass which turned out to be prolapsed urinary bladder haemangioma....

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