Angiosarcoma is a rare cancer of the inner lining of the blood vessels that can occur on the skin, breasts, liver, spleen and deep tissues. Angiosarcoma of the skin is the most common case. The exact cause of this condition remains unknown, but it can either appear as a skin infection, as a bruise or as a lesion. Angiosarcoma is usually diagnosed with a CT scan or an MRI and treated with surgery. Angiosarcomas can affect both men and women; however, it is rare in children
HOW IS ANGIOSARCOMA DIAGNOSED?
Exposure to plastic vinyl chloride or PVC is deadly for developing angiosarcoma