Infantile Hemangiomas – PediaCast CME 056
Show Notes and CME Information
Dr Esteban Fernandez Faith visits the studio as we consider infantile hemangiomas. We explore the cause, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and complications of these common… and sometimes confounding… skin lesions. We hope you can join us!
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August 25, 2020
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Define infantile hemangiomas; Describe their pathogenesis and typical progression.
- Recognize common complications of infantile hemangiomas.
- Identify lesions that would benefit from dermatology referral and management.
- Discuss treatment options with families, including the risks and benefits of each.
- Dermatology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
- Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Infantile Hemangiomas
- The Infantile Hemangioma Referral Score: A Validated Tool for Physicians
- Infantile Hemangioma Referral Score
- Hemangiomas – Helping Hand for Families
- Infantile Hemangiomas: Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Clinical Features and Complications
- Infantile Hemangiomas: Evaluation and Diagnosis
- Infantile Hemangiomas: Management
- Capillary Malformations (Port Wine Stains) and Associated Syndromes
- Congenital Hemangiomas (RICH and NICH)
- Tufted Angioma, Kaposiform Hemangioendothelioma, and the Kasabach-Merritt Phenomenon
- Pyogenic Granuloma
Michael Patrick, MD
William Long, MD
Jessica Dudley, CME Coordinator
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