High power view of a juvenile hemangioma showing plump endothelial cells lining vascular spaces with inconspicuous lumens. Mitotic activity is moderately increased. With maturation the lesion starts resembling adult form of capillary hemangioma. Juvenile hemangiomas can simply be followed clinically until they regress. If they impinge on critical structures, they can be treated with long-term glucocorticoids or interferon alpha therapy.