- Usually cavernous with thick walled vessels
- Infants: sessile, poorly circumscribed subglottic mass, often with obstructive symptoms and with massive hemorrhage after biopsy; 50% have skin hemangiomas
- Adults: much less common, usually supraglottic
- Laser therapy, systemic steroids, interferon and intralesional steroid injection
End of Larynx and hypopharynx > Benign tumors > Hemangioma
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