Angioma serpiginosum is a rare condition that involves both the proliferation and dilatation of superficial blood vessels in the skin. It classically begins in childhood, is more common in females, and is asymptomatic. Typical lesions appear on the extremities and are often asymmetric. We report a case of angioma serpiginosum involving extensive areas of the extremities and the trunk to emphasize that extensive cutaneous involvement must be included in the clinical spectrum of this condition.
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