Angiectasis must be differentiated from hemangioma. The distinction is not always obvious: hemangiomas tend to be well circumscribed, unencapsulated masses composed of tightly packed dilated vascular spaces, each enclosed and lined by a single layer of normal-appearing endothelial cells aligned on a thin collagenous stroma.
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