BRBNSBlue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome
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The gastrointestinal hemangiomas of BRBNS are usually distributed throughout the gastrointestinal tract and mostly in the small intestine and distal colon.
The patient was a 10-year-old boy with no family history of BRBNS.
The diagnosis of BRBNS was established by clinical history physical appearance of cutaneous lesions imaging studies and the pathognomonic endoscopic appearance of the gastrointestinal lesions.
3 We report a case of BRBNS with cutaneous involvement in zosteriform distribution in an adult Kashmiri male, which is a rare presentation.
Our patient presented with cutaneous lesions of BRBNS in zosteriform distribution, which is a rare presentation, along with coexisting pyogenic granuloma.