|Authors||Ferrer FA, McKenna PH|
|Journal||J. Urol. Volume: 153 Issue: 4 Pages: 1262-4|
|Publish Date||1995 Apr|
Cavernous hemangioma is a benign congenital lesion that rarely involves the scrotum and primarily presents during childhood. We report a case of subcutaneous scrotal-perineal hemangioma in a boy initially believed to have an inguinal hernia. These lesions can be diagnostically and therapeutically challenging. Definitive treatment by en bloc excision is recommended. Special staining techniques may be required for accurate pathological diagnosis.