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How Is Hemangiomas Diagnosed
Examination: It is raised collection of blood. Small ones are diagnosed by observation. Large ones may be also examined with a sonogram to detect the size. Small ones are removable with vascular laser. Large congenital hemangiomas are now treated with beta blockers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An hemangioma is a condition in which a person has an enlarged, abnormal growth of blood vessels on his skin and/or elsewhere inside his body. Large hemangiomas, multiple ones, or dangerously located ones can cause serious problems. Babies with small or few "strawberry" hemangiomas on the skin ...Read more
Why would 1.3cm "possible hemangioma" be labeled indeterminate on ultrasound result? Why couldn't they diagnose lesion on ultrasound?
I had an CT anigogram of my leg to diagnose varicose vein /hemangioma, so is there a risk that my testicle may have been affected by radiation?
For you or a baby?: In the past, in babies, often treatment involved doing nothing or taking steroids. Small ones not causing functional or cosmetic impairment need nothing . Oral Propranolol is now a fantastic option that works in many cases- it's been revolutionary in managing this problem. This can be given to infants and the earlier it is started, the better. Hemangioma in adults are rare and managed differently. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Benign: Hemangiomas are collections of vascular tissue in an unexpected location, and of low vascular flow. They are benign (not cancer), and usually painless and asymptomatic. Therefore, they are generally not treated. They are particularly common in the liver, skin, and spine. Having said that, very large hemangiomas can bleed, fracture if in the spine, cause pain, or be disfiguring and may be treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Collection vessels: Strawberry hemangioma is better referred to nowadays as hemangioma of infancy (hoi). It is a collection of very small blood vessels (capillaries) in the skin, or beneath the skin, or both. Depending on where they occur, they can cause functional problems such as vision, breathing, eating. Most often they do not cause functional problems, but can be unsightly and cause distress to parents ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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