Thursday 27 September 2018

Oral Hemangioma Management in Children: A Concise Review (IPDOAJ) - Lupinepublishers

Head and neck region bears the burden of approximately 60% of all the vascular anomalies diagnosed, affecting about 1 in 22 children. These lesions, irrespective of the size, when present on the face are a major cause of esthetic concern and patient usually seek treatment for the same. Various treatment modalities are available and sclerotherapy with intra/peri-lesional injections of 03% Sodium tetra decylsulphate remains the mainstay of treatment in most cases. This article provides a concise review regarding various management options available for smaller vascular lesions especially emphasizing the role of sodium tetradcy sulphate.

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