Congenital fibrosarcoma masquerading as congenital hemangioma: report of two cases. Boon, L. M., Fishman, S. J., Lund, D. P., & Mulliken, J. B. Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 30(9):1378--1381, September, 1995.
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The authors report on two infants who had large congenital fibrosarcomas that initially were believed to be hemangiomas. Although hemangioma and congenital fibrosarcoma can have a similar presentation, their treatment is dissimilar. The authors review the anatomic findings, hematologic differences, and radiological clues that can help to differentiate congenital fibrosarcoma from congenital hemangioma.
@article{boon_congenital_1995,
	title = {Congenital fibrosarcoma masquerading as congenital hemangioma: report of two cases},
	volume = {30},
	issn = {0022-3468},
	shorttitle = {Congenital fibrosarcoma masquerading as congenital hemangioma},
	abstract = {The authors report on two infants who had large congenital fibrosarcomas that initially were believed to be hemangiomas. Although hemangioma and congenital fibrosarcoma can have a similar presentation, their treatment is dissimilar. The authors review the anatomic findings, hematologic differences, and radiological clues that can help to differentiate congenital fibrosarcoma from congenital hemangioma.},
	language = {eng},
	number = {9},
	journal = {Journal of Pediatric Surgery},
	author = {Boon, L. M. and Fishman, S. J. and Lund, D. P. and Mulliken, J. B.},
	month = sep,
	year = {1995},
	pmid = {8523253},
	keywords = {Diagnosis, Differential, Female, Fibrosarcoma, Hemangioma, Humans, Infant, Newborn, Male, Neck, Shoulder, Skin Neoplasms},
	pages = {1378--1381}
}

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