- Small-sized tumor mostly asymptomatic or cause mild ocular irritation
- Spontaneous bleeding or bloody tears.
- Benign, slowly progressive, bright red patch of vessels with sometimes ill-defined margins
- Typically rounded, nodular, polypoid or lobulated, may grow and reach an enormous size of mass
- May be found as an isolated lesion or associated with other ocular capillary hemangiomas or systemic diseases such as Sturge-Weber syndrome
- Multiple or multi focalized hemangiomas are usually independent and separated from one another with little connection with the surrounding vessels.
- Observation for increase in size, number of lesions, and morphological changes.
- Surgical excision, electrolysis and thermocoagulation have been used with success.