Case 306 - Discussion
Uploaded: 2009-08-15, Updated:
Choroidal Hemangioma in a
case of Sturge-Weber Syndrome
Choroidal hemangioma are congenital
vascular hamartoma with no malignant potential. May present at
birth, but typically found in middle age or old age.
Two forms: a circumscribed or
solitary type not associated with other abnormalities; a diffuse
type often associated with facial nevus flammeus or variations
of the Sturge-Weber syndrome.