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Hemangiomas are malformations of the blood vessels that usually occur shortly after birth. It is a common occurrence in newborns, especially in babies born prematurely, and has an incidence rate of 10%.


Hemangiomas are treated in the following ways:

  • Laser treatment: treatment using Nd-YAG Laser has been proven to be extremely effective in the treatment of hemangiomas. During laser treatment, the removal of hemangiomas is achieved while protecting the surrounding tissue and skin. The use of Laser achieves the elimination of fine lines, as well as more resistant spider veins, with greater size and depth. Also, the Pulsed Dye Laser is ideal for treating Port Wine Stain hemangiomas.
  • Medication: this is usually medication that slows down the growth of the hemangioma, which is why it is given during the growth phase. It is recommended in cases where the hemangioma is life-threatening for the infant or interferes with vital functions of the body.
  • Surgical removal: recommended mainly in cases where the hemangioma appears on the face and when removal is carried out at a very young age. However, parents as well as people who are going to have surgery should be aware that surgical removal is very likely to scar the skin.

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A hemangioma can sometimes resemble a simple redness or an injury, so that it is not given the necessary attention. For this reason, it is particularly important to pay attention to such signs. Especially the parents, should check the body of the young child and contact the dermatologist if they see any worrying sign.

Hemangiomas can occur in many forms. They can occur superficially or in deeper layers. They can also occur in isolation or as a result of another condition. If it occurs near the surface of the skin then it is called a “superficial hemangioma”. These hemangiomas are often red in color and have an uneven surface. Hemangiomas in the deeper layers are more difficult to find and are called ‘deep hemangiomas’. They are usually blue in color and have a smoother surface than superficial ones.

There are also cases in which the hemangioma is large enough in size to cause an unsightly effect, leading to socialization problems. An example is the existence of a hemangioma on the upper lip, a particularly prominent point and extremely important for the person’s self-confidence. In fact, there are cases of hemangioma occurring in the nose area, which can lead to serious respiratory problems or even visual problems if they spread. In rarer cases, the hemangioma may appear in the groin, developing inflammation and causing pain to the person who develops it.