vascular anomalies

Vascular malformations need clear diagnostic criteriaISSVA clinical classifications aren't enough to accurately identify vascular malformation subtypes, according to a recent review.
Sirolimus may reduce refractory hemangiomasmTOR inhibitor helps child with diffuse vascular anomalies and extensive organ involvement.
Vascular anomalies require team approachPatients with vascular anomalies benefit from multidisciplinary treatment often involving propranolol and/or sirolimus.
The November issue of Dermatology Times
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Learn to identify noncutaneous vascular anomaliesEducation for pediatricians about vascular anomalies primarily focuses on cutaneous malformations and vascular tumors, but vascular anomalies also affect deeper tissues and organs.
Infant with facial lesions and respiratory distressA 2-month-old Hispanic girl is transferred by her pediatrician to the emergency department (ED) for evaluation of decreased oral intake, failure to thrive, and large bleeding facial hemangiomas.