Single stage surgical excision for vascular malformation without any pre-operative adjuvant therapy: our experience regarding case selection in 20 patients

@inproceedings{Naik2018SingleSS,
  title={Single stage surgical excision for vascular malformation without any pre-operative adjuvant therapy: our experience regarding case selection in 20 patients},
  author={Narendra G. Naik and Sangram S Karandikar},
  year={2018}
}
Vascular Malformation (VM) can be congenital or posttraumatic in etiology. Congenital VM usually present in children and adolescents. These lesions commonly cause cosmetic disfigurement along with functional symptoms. The literature describes multiple pre-operative adjuvant treatment modalities. Most of these are aimed at reducing the size/extent of the lesion so as to minimize the surgical dissection during excision and reduce the chances of blood transfusion by minimizing the intra-operative… CONTINUE READING

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