Our pediatric Vascular Anomalies Program in the Delaware Valley provides advanced diagnostics and treatment for children with a wide range of vascular anomalies (blood and lymphatic vessels that have developed abnormally), including hemangiomas and arteriovenous malformations.
Our coordinated, multidisciplinary program in Delaware is led by Nemours experts who are at the forefront in providing the latest in medical, minimally invasive interventional radiologic, and surgical therapies. Our goals are to restore functionality and cure disease related to vascular lesions in children.
Vascular malformations in children are often medically complex, requiring input and treatment by a number of specialists. In addition to board-certified pediatric interventional radiologists, members of your child’s multidisciplinary vascular anomaly care team at duPont Hospital for Children may include plastic surgeons, neurosurgeons, general surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat, or “ENT” specialists), pathologists, dermatologists and hematologists/oncologists.
Along with highly qualified nurses, care coordinators and social workers, the team meets regularly to review every diagnosis and track treatment progress. In complex cases, we also teleconference and collaborate with other vascular anomaly experts across the Nemours Children’s Health System.
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