Vascular Birthmarks: Vascular Malformations and Haemangiomas

  • H. Yang
  • G. W. Cherry

Abstract

Vascular birthmarks are skin lesions which are mostly first noticed at birth or during the first weeks of life; a red, blue, or purple blemish. Vascular birthmarks can be classified, based on clinical and cellular criteria, as either haemangiomas or malformations.

Keywords

Migration Ethyl Argon Corticosteroid Citrate 

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  • G. W. Cherry

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