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Herbal Treatment For Capillary Hemangioma
Patience: Ch will generally grow faster than the kid for about 6-8 m, slow then start to shrink down into the skin leaving a pale or parchment like surface by the age of 4. Rarely do they need any work. If they might interfere with vision of distort the nose some dermatologists might treat to decrease size. Rx varies;laser, injected med, oral meds, most will go away over time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lots of options: Find a doctor, or children's hospital that has a vascular anomalies clinic or specialty and get the opinion of people that see these all the time. Depending on size, etc, treatment may or may not be appropriate but there is a time crunch for certain treatments to be effective (like propranolol). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Capillary bundle: Ch are spaghetti like collections of bundled capillaries in a common birth mark. They will generally grow faster than the kid for about 6-8 m, slow then start to shrink down into the skin leaving a pale or parchment like surface by the age of 4. Rarely do they need any work. If they might interfere with vision of distort the nose some dermatologists might treat to decrease size. ...Read more
Morning glory disk anomaly with ipsilateral capillary hemangioma, agenesis of the internal carotid artery, and horner syndrome: a variant of phaces syndrome?
Will Eye Hospital: Recommend you travel to see the retinal service at the wills eye hospital in philadelphia, pa. Would recommend dr. Gerry shields and dr. Carol shields. ...Read more
Leave it alone?: 1% of folks have a benign hemangioma in the liver. The vast majority of hepatic hemangiomas require no treatment whatever. If you have been offered treatment, ask why. Their malignant counterpart, the one lesion I know for which they could be mistaken, is very rare and I've not heard of anyone surviving it. ...Read more
Eyelid hemangioma: Most hemangiomas do not require treatment — they grow and then shrink on their own. Eyelid ones are an exception though, because as they grow it can obstruct vision and cause problems with visual development in the infant. I would advise a consultation with a pediatric dermatologist and ophthalmologist. Most likely systemic therapy with Propranolol would be indicated in this situation. ...Read more
Hemangioma benign pelvic tumor may I know it s treatment it causes pain also my mom is 74years old she is diabetic?
Need to be sure that: "Hemangioma" is the cause of the pain. There are surgicalm radiofrequency, and radiation methods of obliterating a finding, but it may not affect her pain. Severe diabetics can have vrey painful diabetic neuropathy. Dm & hemangioma not related, and neither may be the cause of her pain. Consult a pain specialist too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Most Do Well: Infantile hemangiomas have a growth phase and an involutional phase. The growth phase occurs over the first 4-10 months of life, with few having significant growth after 5 months. All hemangiomas involute slowly over 2-10 years, but not all involute completely-- possibly leaving irregular texture, loose tissue and can scar if they ulcerate. Treatment may be necessary in large or growing lesions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A tumor composed of: Dilated blood vessels that grows along the bones in the spinal cord is a condition called a vertebral or spinal hemangioma. People with this type of spinal tumor typically don't experience symptoms, especially when the hemangioma is small. If the tumor grows larger, patients can begin to experience debilitating symptoms, such as chronic back pain or paralysis. Patients who symtomtatic should treat. ...Read more