Management of Vascular Tumors
27 November 2012 (online)
Vascular tumors are the most common of the vascular anomalies affecting children. The management of these neoplasms has changed over the years as our knowledge of their pathophysiology has increased, available technology has evolved, and our clinical experience has widened. Medical, laser, and surgical therapies are used concurrently to treat these tumors.
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