A hemangioma or haemangioma is a usually benign vascular tumor derived from blood vessel cell types. The most common form is infantile hemangioma, known colloquially as a "strawberry mark", most commonly seen on the skin at birth or in the first weeks of life. [Source: Wikipedia ]

Cavernous hemangioma
Pulmonary hemangioma
May Cause
Abdominal calcification in an infant or child
Acquired posterior neural arch defect
Acquired skull defect
Adrenal calcification
Adrenal tumor
Annular abdominal calcification
Anterior mediastinal lesion
Arterial hyperenhancement of focal liver lesion
Base of tongue mass
Benign bone neoplasm
Benign small bowel tumor
Body asymmetry
Bone blister
Bone lesion with fluid-fluid level
Calcification in bladder wall or lumen
Calcifications in scrotum
Calcified mediastinal mass
Calcified pancreatic lesion
Cardiac or pericardial neoplasm or cyst
Cerebellopontine angle lesion
Chest wall lesion
Choroidal mass
Clavicular lesion in an infant or child
Curvilinear intracranial calcification
Cyst-like mandibular lesion
Cystic jaw lesion
Cystic pancreatic mass
Densely sclerotic vertebra
Diametaphyseal bone lesion
Diaphyseal bone lesion
Diffuse tracheal narrowing
Enhancing mediastinal mass
Enlarged epiglottis
Enlarged orbital rectus muscles
Enlarged superior orbital fissure
Enlarged vertebrae
Enlarged vertebral pedicle
Erosion of cortical bone surface
Erosion of inner table of skull
Erosion of mastoid
Erosion of middle ear
Erosion of the petrous ridge, pyramid, or apex
Erosion of tympanic portion of petrous bone
Erosion or widening of the internal auditory meatus
Expansile bone lesion
Extraconal orbital lesion
Extradural lesion with abnormal adjacent bone
Extradural spinal lesion
Extraglobal calcification
Facial canal lesion within temporal bone
Facial nerve lesion outside the temporal bone
Fetal cardiac mass
Fetal intra-abdominal calcification
Fetal neck mass
Filling defect in renal collecting system
Floating teeth
Focal bladder wall thickening
Focal hyperechoic splenic lesion
Focal hypodense liver lesion
Focal vertebral sclerosis
Focally dense calvarium
Fourth ventricular lesion
Hair-on-end skull
Hemorrhagic liver lesion
Hepatic calcification
Hydrops fetalis
Hyperechoic liver lesion
Hypervascular pancreatic lesion
Ill-defined lytic jaw lesion
Increased presacral space
Increased prevertebral space in an adult
Increased prevertebral space in infants or children
Intraorbital calcification
Intratracheal mass
Intraventricular lesion
Joint effusion
Large destructive bone lesion
Large orbit
Lesions of the hypopharynx, larynx, and upper trachea
Limb asymmetry
Liver lesion with contrast fill-in
Liver lesion with fluid-fluid level
Liver mass
Liver neoplasm
Localized bone overgrowth
Localized bulge of the calvarium or scalp
Localized cortical bone thickening
Localized large epiphyses
Localized soft-tissue calcification
Localized sunburst pattern in skull
Lower abdominal calcification
Lucent defect in bones of hands, wrists, feet, or ankles
Lytic jaw lesion with internal residual bone
Lytic patellar lesion
Lytic vertebral lesion
Mandibular periostitis
Masticator space lesion
Middle mediastinal lesion
Mixed-radiopacity jaw lesion
Multifocal soft-tissue tumor
Multilocular jaw lesion
Multiple intracranial calcification
Multiple small bowel filling defects
Multiple solid liver lesions
Multiple splenic calcifications
Mural ureteral filling defect
Nasopharyngeal lesion
Neck mass
Nonvisceral abdominal calcification
Optic nerve enlargement
Optic nerve tram-track sign
Orbital bony defect
Pancreatic lesion characterized by blood
Paranasal sinus mass
Pediatric chest wall lesion
Pedunculated intratracheal mass
Posterior mediastinal lesion
Posterior skull base lesion
Primary liver tumor
Radiolucent skull lesion
Rectal disease
Regional osteoporosis
Renal hemorrhage
Renal parenchymal tumor
Rib lesion in a child
Salivary gland enlargement
Salivary gland lesion
Salivary gland neoplasm
Scapular lesion in an infant or child
Scrotal calcification
Short rib lesion
Sinonasal lesion
Soft-tissue calcification
Soft-tissue mass with adjacent bone erosion
Soft-tissue mediastinal mass
Soft-tissue neck mass
Soft-tissue tumor in a child
Soft-tissue tumor in a young adult
Soft-tissue tumor with associated calcification
Soft-tissue tumor with fluid-fluid level
Soft-tissue tumor with prominent vascularity
Solid liver lesion in an infant or young child
Solid liver lesion in an older child or adolescent
Solid mass in carotid sheath
Solid mesenteric lesion
Solid pancreatic mass
Solitary bone lesion with expansile remodeling
Solitary collapsed vertebra
Solitary filling defect in colon
Solitary intracranial calcification
Solitary intrinsic duodenal mass
Solitary large calcified soft tissue mass adjacent to bone
Solitary opacity in jaw
Solitary osteolytic skull lesion
Solitary poorly demarcated osteolytic bone lesion
Solitary splenic calcification
Solitary thoracic calcification
Solitary well-defined lytic metaphyseal lesion
Spiculated periosteal reaction
Splenic calcification
Spontaneous liver rupture
Sublingual space lesion
Submandibular space lesion
Supraglottic mass
T1-hyperintense liver lesion
T1-hypointense extracranial mass
T2-hyperintense adrenal mass
T2-hyperintense liver lesion
Temporal bone neoplasm
Trigeminal nerve lesion
Unilateral exophthalmos
Upper abdominal mass in a neonate or child
Ureteral and renal pelvic calcification
Urethral filling defect
Urothelial tumor
Vallecular mass
Vascular calcification
Vascular middle ear mass
Vascular sinonasal mass with flow voids
Vertebral neoplasm
Vertical trabeculation of vertebral body
Wide right tracheal stripe
May Be Caused by
Aicardi syndrome
Aplasia cutis congenita
Baller-Gerold syndrome
Bannayan-Riley-Ruvalcaba syndrome
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome
Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome
Calcifying epithelioma of Malherbe
Cobb syndrome
Diastrophic dysplasia
Facial hemangioma-corticovascular dysplasia
Familial cavernous hemangioma
Familial nevus flammeus
Fetal alcohol syndrome
Gorham syndrome
Hemangiomatosis with hydrops fetalis and nuchal cystic hygroma
Kasabach-Merritt syndrome
Klippel-Trénaunay-Weber syndrome
Macrocephaly-cutis marmorata-telangiectasia congenita
Maffucci syndrome
Mucolipidosis type 2
Noonan syndrome
Opitz BBBG syndrome
Osler-Weber-Rendu syndrome
Ovarian hemangioma
Pallister-Hall syndrome
PHACE association
POEMS syndrome
Proteus syndrome
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum
Pterygium syndrome
Roberts syndrome
Robinow syndrome
Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome
Sacral hemangiomas and multiple congenital anomalies
Schinzel-Giedion syndrome
Simpson-Golabi-Behmel syndrome
Sternal malformation-angiodysplasia association
Stickler syndrome
Sturge-Weber syndrome
Transverse limb deficiency - hemangioma
Trisomy 13
Trisomy 21
Turner syndrome
Vascular syndromes
Von Hippel-Lindau disease
Xeroderma pigmentosa syndrome
Zimmermann-Laband syndrome