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Vascular Malformations of the Head and Neck

Vascular malformations are abnormal growths or masses composed of collections of blood vessels. Many occur on the face, head, and neck. Colors vary from purple to blue to bright red. There is a wide spectrum of these abnormalities – some are small and demonstrate minimal growth, while some enlarge rapidly and may cause pain, disfigurement, or bleeding. Because of their many years of experience with head and neck surgery, our reconstructive surgeons are uniquely equipped to evaluate and treat vascular malformations in this area.

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Last Updated: 08-24-2016
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