Verrucous hemangiomas (VH) are uncommon, congenital vascular malformations of the cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues that spare the deeper subfacial structures. VH usually presents at birth and slowly grows with age. It usually presents as hyperkeratotic, scattered, bluish-red plaques or nodules of various sizes. Although the lesions mostly have a linear pattern, serpiginous and reticulate forms can occur that are unusual. We present a case of a 27-year-old male with linear angiomatous
lesions over his right leg.