e -- (a), (b), and (c)
Capillary hemangioma tends to be a self-limiting condition with the lesion clearing in months to years to a point where it is either not noticeable or a relatively minor problem. It is in the patient’s and the family's best interest to be sure that the “cure” is not worse than the disease. In this case, simply observing is a good choice. Steroid treatment can have complications and surgery is definitely contraindicated in a case like this. Infants with hemangioma should be watched carefully for amblyopia resulting from induced astigmatism or occlusion. The induced astigmatism can be discovered with retinoscopy which should be done at each return visit. When the lesion is such that amblyopia is a concern, treatment should be undertaken. In a case like this, systemic or topical steroids could be tried and a newer technique, systemic Propranolol treatment, could be used.