Surgery in store for these lesions?

They were thought to be molluscum contagiosum, a pox virus infection, but despite repeated freezing, wart paint and creams, they never disappeared.

The top pink lesions look like large mollusca, but the inferior lesions are blood-stained, and this alone should have made her doctors question a diag­nosis of mollusca.

This is a lymphangioma circumscriptum, a lymphatic malformation, where small lymph vesicles open on to the skin and may leak clear fluid. The blood stains suggest an associated vascular malformation as well.

An ultrasound should be done to assess the depth of the underlying