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Figure 2: Capillary hemangioma reclassified as arteriovenous malformation based on special stains (a) artery (thick arrow) adjacent to small capillary-like proliferations (thin arrow)(H and E, ×100),(b) Verhoeff–van Gieson stain highlighting internal elastic lamina of artery (arrow) (Verhoeff–van Gieson, ×100), (c) increased nerve bundles (arrowhead) and tortuous artery (thick arrow), dysplastic vein (thin arrow)(Masson's trichrome, ×100), (d) nerve bundle containing multiple myelinated axons (red) separated by endoneurial sheath (green)(Masson's trichrome, ×400)

Figure 2: Capillary hemangioma reclassified as arteriovenous malformation based on special stains (a) artery (thick arrow) adjacent to small capillary-like proliferations (thin arrow)(H and E, ×100),(b) Verhoeff–van Gieson stain highlighting internal elastic lamina of artery (arrow) (Verhoeff–van Gieson, ×100), (c) increased nerve bundles (arrowhead) and tortuous artery (thick arrow), dysplastic vein (thin arrow)(Masson's trichrome, ×100), (d) nerve bundle containing multiple myelinated axons (red) separated by endoneurial sheath (green)(Masson's trichrome, ×400)