Various vascular lesions

Clinical case

A 42-year-old woman presents with round and linear vascular lesions (angiomas/telangiectases) distributed on the face (Figure 1), torso and upper limbs.

The vascular lesions began in adolescence and have become more numerous and extensive over time. She suffers from recurrent nosebleeds (every two to three months) and also bleeds from lesions present in the gums and inner lips. Her father has similar lesions on the face and is