Vascular tumors

  • Sepulveda A
  • Buchanan E
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Vascular anomalies are divided into two main groups: tumors and malformations. Vascular tumors are a large and complex group of lesions, especially for clinicians with none or little experience in this field. In the past, these lesions caused a great deal of confusion because many appear analogous to the naked eye. Thankfully, recent advances in diagnostic techniques have helped the medical community to enhance our comprehension, accurately label, diagnose, and treat these lesions. In this article, we will review the most frequent vascular tumors and provide the reader with the tools to properly label, diagnose, and manage these complex lesions. © 2014 by Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc.

Author-supplied keywords

  • hemangioma
  • vascular anomalies
  • vascular malformation
  • vascular tumor

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  • A Sepulveda

  • E P Buchanan

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