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Arteriovenous malformation

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Arteriovenous malformation

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An 8-month-old boy comes to the clinic with his parents because of new skin lesions. The parents state that the child has recently developed multiple blue-black lesions on his chest and upper extremities. The boy is otherwise in good health and there is no family history skin cancer. Physical examination shows compressible, rubber-like lesions that are wrinkled in appearance as shown in the image. The child does not cry when the the lesions are palpated. The rest of the exam is normal. Which of the following is a complication of the most likely diagnosis?