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Conditions We Treat in the Vascular Lesion Center

Our physicians make every attempt to stay at the forefront of treatment advances, making sure they provide our patients with the best care possible. We take specialized and evidence-based approaches to diagnosing and treating vascular lesions. The following is a list of some of the conditions we treat. 

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Capillary Malformation - Arteriovenous Malformation Syndrome (CM-AVM)

An inherited syndrome, with a combination of both capillary and arteriovenous malformations, located in the soft tissue of the body or in the central nervous system.

Capillary Malformation - Port Wine Stain

Port wine stains (capillary malformations) are permanent, flat, pink, red, or purple birthmarks on the skin. Learn about causes and what treatments are available.

CLOVES Syndrome

One of a group of syndromes known as overgrowth syndromes. CLOVES is an acronym and each letter represents a characteristic seen in the syndrome.

Congenital Hemangioma

A tumor made up of blood vessels, present when a child is born and usually not continuing to grow after birth; less common than infantile hemangiomas.


Collections of extra blood vessels in the skin. One of the most common skin problems in the first year of life.

Infantile Hemangiomas

The most common vascular growth that is seen in infancy, a collection of enlarged blood vessels, may be present at birth but most develop within the first few weeks.

Kasabach-Merritt Phenomenon (KMP)

A condition that causes problems with blood clotting, caused by a blood vessel tumor, either a tufted angioma or kaposiform hemangioendothelioma.

Lymphatic Malformations

Lymphatic malformations (LMs) are masses that result from an abnormal formation of small tube-like vessels that collect and transfer fluid in the body's tissue and are part of the immune system. Learn more.

Macrocephaly-Capillary Malformation Syndrome

A persistent nevus simplex (port wine stain) as well as a large head. Children also have developmental delays and other malformations, such as extra or enlarged fingers or toes.

Maffucci Syndrome

Vascular malformations in the skin and internal organs and tumors occurring in the bone, causing blue, soft skin lesions on one side of the body, often on the hands and feet.

Mixed Vascular Malformations

Mixed vascular malformations are quite common in children. Learn more about pediatric mixed vascular malformations and available treatment options here.

Osteoid Osteoma

An osteoid osteoma is a common, benign (non-cancerous) tumor that usually develops in the long bones of the leg – the thigh bone (femur) and shin bone (tibia). Learn more.