Published reports on the treatment of large strawberry naevi have been reviewed. It is suggested that they should normally be left untreated, and that corticosteroids, given for a short period only, should be reserved for massive naevi close to the eye, or interfering with respiration or suckling, or associated with thrombocytopenia. Serial colour photographs of one child illustrate the good result of inactivity.
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