The management of vascular anomalies in children

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Vascular anomalies include a number of conditions of distinct pathology which may be classified as either vascular tumours or vascular malformations. Historically, these diverse lesions have been poorly understood. This is reflected in varied and often incorrectly-applied terminology, difficulties in diagnosis and inconsistent approaches to management. This article considers the advances in our understanding of vascular anomalies, and subsequent evolution of nomenclature, classification and current management strategies.

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