Aspirin therapy in venous malformation: a retrospective cohort study of benefits, side effects, and patient experiences.

@article{Nguyen2014AspirinTI,
  title={Aspirin therapy in venous malformation: a retrospective cohort study of benefits, side effects, and patient experiences.},
  author={Jennifer Trang T Nguyen and Marion A Koerper and Christopher P. Hess and C F Dowd and William Y. Hoffman and Meghan M Dickman and Ilona J Frieden},
  journal={Pediatric dermatology},
  year={2014},
  volume={31 5},
  pages={
          556-60
        }
}
Venous malformations (VMs) are often painful and may enlarge over time. Chronic coagulopathy is common in VMs and may contribute to phleboliths and potentially to disease progression. Few studies have examined the effects of anticoagulation on VMs and to our knowledge none have examined the use of aspirin therapy. A survey was administered to patients and parents of patients with VMs who attended the University of California at San Francisco Vascular Anomalies Center over a 4-year period (2008… CONTINUE READING
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