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Facial, facial skeleton and dental considerations in vascular malformations

  • M. O Teresa
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Abstract

Vascular malformations of the head and neck may affect all tissue layers including skin, subcutaneous fat, muscle, mucosa, and bone. These lesions are associated with:
  • Soft tissue overgrowth and enlargement.

  • Primary skeletal involvement with malformation.

  • Vascular lesions may also mold or misshape skeletal structures by virtue of their mass. This is referred to as a secondary mass effect which leads to either thinning or hypertrophy of the adjacent bone.

Keywords

Occlusion Tongue Venous Lymphatic Bleeding Pain Surgery Laser Oral hygiene Bone Orthognathic 

Notes

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. O Teresa
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  1. 1.Vascular Birthmark Institute of New YorkManhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat and Lenox Hill HospitalsNew YorkUSA

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