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Pictures of Hemangiomas

red mark on baby child hemangioma birthmark

The hemangioma above is on a 2 week old and will like grow and become puffy

Raise hemangiomas like this one are often referred to a "strawberry hemangiomas"

baby hemangioma child with hemangioma
Hemangiomas can be found in the scalp. This large hemangioma was found on a two year old and is slowing decreasing in size
heart hemangioma close up of heart shaped hemangioma in childhood

This is a really cool birthmark found on the back of a 4 month girl

This is a close up of the same hemangioma

hemangioma on baby hemangioma on infant
strawberry hemangioma hemangioma of childhood

see article on hemangiomas

see article on strawberry hemangiomas

Propranolol for hemangiomas

Propranolol is an old medicine with a new use. Propranolol is often used as a blood pressure and migraine medication. In the last 4 years, several small studies have described propranolol’s ( more on ... Propranolol for hemangiomas)

 

Written November 2011 by
Dr. Gordon, Windermere Pediatrician

 

 

 

 

 

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