Previously, multiple acquired hemangiomatosis has been described, but in all instances it has proven to be of a cavernous nature. In our case, the lesions were capillary in nature and involved the skin and small intestine in a 42-year-old woman who died of an unknown cause four months after onset of her first lesion.
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