The diagnosis of strawberry birthmarks is primarily done through clinical examination and questioning by the physician or pediatric dermatologist. It is based on the appearance and evolution of the lesion. The criterion of time is an important element in the diagnosis of hemangioma.
Additional examinations may be considered in certain circumstances:
For deep hemangioma or similar types, a Doppler ultrasound may sometimes be necessary to confirm the diagnosis in the case of doubt with a related disease.
Depending on their size, location, and evolution, some infantile hemangiomas can lead to the following conditions.
Photos of infantile hemangiomas are presented as examples and do not enable a diagnosis to be established.