Intralesional corticosteroid treatment

VMs are the most common symptomatic vascular malformations. They usually become symptomatic in older children or young adults, with bluish skin discoloration, local swelling, and pain. The VM is a spongy mass that is composed of abnormal veins (veins with a relative lack of smooth muscle cells in their walls). When soft-tissue phleboliths with adjacent osseous changes are present, the condition has erroneously been called hemangioma instead of VM. Another important diagnostic point is that hemangioma (infantile hemangioma) practically does not exist beyond in patients older than young children; the exception is noninvoluting or intramuscular hemangioma. [ 6 ]

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