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Right parietal subcutaneous well-defined soft tissue oval lesion. It demonstrates low signal on T1W image, Intermediate signal on T2W image with prominent vascular flow voids, and avid enhancement on the post contrast image. No adjacent osseous or soft tissue abnormality. No intracranial extension.
Infantile hemangiomas are benign vascular tumours, most of these tumours arise in the craniofacial region. Most of them are not present at birth but they increase in size during the first year of life, with a subsequent progressive involution during early childhood.
Differential diagnosis includes: epidermoid cyst, lymphatic malformation, and sinus pericranii.