Vascular Anomalies and Malformations – PediaCast CME 087
- Drs Elizabeth Nourse and Esteban Fernandez Faith visit the studio as we review vascular anomalies in the pediatric population. We explore several types of lesions and describe their appearance, diagnosis, complications and management. We hope you can join us!
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- Vascular Anomalies
- Vascular Malformations
- Nevus Simplex
- Port Wine Birthmark
- Pyogenic Granuloma
- Sturge-Weber Syndrome
- PHACE Syndrome
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Differentiate common vascular malformations including nevus simplex, Port Wine birthmark, hemangioma, pyogenic granuloma and cystic hygroma.
- Recognize Sturge-Weber syndrome and initiate a referral and management plan for this condition.
- Identify the red-flag symptoms and exam findings for hemangiomas.
- Outline the common clinical findings of PHACES syndrome.
- Dermatology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
- Primary Care at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
- Pediatric Residency at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
- Infantile Hemangiomas: Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Clinical Features, and Complications
- Sturge-Weber Syndrome
- Pediatric Dermatology: A Quick Reference Guide (4th Edition)
- Port-Wine Birthmarks: Update on Diagnosis, Risk Assessment for Sturge-Weber Syndrome, and Management
- Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Infantile Hemangiomas
- The Infantile Hemangioma Referral Score: A Validated Tool for Physicians
- Infantile Hemangioma Referral Score
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