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Can a bruise on the back of the parietal bone cause a haemangioma?

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Dr. Cindy Juster
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In brief: Not likely.

A hemangioma is a slow-growing benign vascular (blood vessel) lesion.
The blood vessels just grow that way sometimes. A bruise is caused by leakage of blood from one or more capillaries (the tiniest blood vessels), usually due to an injury.

In brief: Not likely.

A hemangioma is a slow-growing benign vascular (blood vessel) lesion.
The blood vessels just grow that way sometimes. A bruise is caused by leakage of blood from one or more capillaries (the tiniest blood vessels), usually due to an injury.
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