Infant Journal
for neonatal and paediatric healthcare professionals

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myofibroma; haemangiopericytoma; neonatal haemorrhage protocol; tranexamic acid
Key points
  1. Congenital myofibroma presenting at birth is a rare clinical finding.
  2. Ulcerating myofibromatous lesions can have significant consequences if not managed urgently, especially due to the risk of major bleeding and subsequent multi-organ failure.
  3. This case supports the need for devising major haemorrhage protocols in neonates.