Chronic liver diseases are characterized by several skin manifestations, including cutaneous vascular changes such as spider angioma and palmar erythema.1 We describe 2 patients with chronic liver disease and arteriovenous hemangiomas (AVH)2 (cutaneous, benign, acquired vascular lesions) on their foreheads.
Akiyama M, Inamoto N. Arteriovenous Hemangiomas on the Foreheads of Patients With Chronic Liver Diseases. Arch Intern Med. 1998;158(13):1469–1472. doi:
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