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Serra R., Ciranni S., Luongo A., Mastrangelo D., Sabino G., Pacilè M. A., De Franciscis S.
Department of General Surgery University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro, Catanzaro, Italy
Vascular anomalies are the fourth most common tumor of the hand. This case report is about a carpenter with a venous malformation of the palm. This kind of lesion developed suddenly after a 6 hours working session. After clinical and instrumental evaluation a surgical excision of the mass was performed. Histologic analysis showed a venous malformation with evidence of intralesional thrombosis. The patient had an uncomplicated postoperative course and returned to work in a few weeks.