Vascular malformations are grouped based upon their common embryological origin of having a single endothelial cell lining.Load more
Vascular malformations are grouped based upon their common embryological origin of having a single endothelial cell lining.
There are four major categories of vascular malformations: slow-flow (capillary malformation, venous malformation, lymphatic malformation) and fast-flow (arteriovenous malformation).
Management of vascular malformation is expectant in nature with both non-invasive and invasive treatment of symptomatic lesions.Load Less
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