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OBJECTIVE: Infantile hemangiomas (IHs) are the most-common soft-tissue tumors of infancy. We report the use of propranolol to… Expand Despite their self-limited course, infantile capillary hemangiomas can impair vital or sensory functions or cause disfigurement… Expand OBJECTIVES. Infantile hemangiomas often are inapparent at birth and have a period of rapid growth during early infancy followed… Expand Juvenile hemangiomas are common, benign vascular tumors of infancy. These lesions enlarge rapidly through cellular hyperplasia… Expand Hemangiomas are the most common soft-tissue tumors of infancy, occurring in approximately 5 to 10 percent of one-year-old… Expand Hemangiomas, localized tumors of blood vessels, appear in approximately 10-12% of Caucasian infants. These lesions are… Expand Abstract Background and Methods. Most hemangiomas are small, harmless birthmarks that appear soon after birth, proliferate for 8… Expand NEOVASCULARIZATION is critical for the growth of tumours1–3 and is a dominant feature in a variety of angiogenic diseases4 such… Expand … Those difficulties which have hitherto amused philosophers, and blocked up the way to knowledge, are entirely owing to… Expand Benign vascular tumors may occur in any tissue in the body. The skin is the structure most commonly affected. From… Expand