port wine stain


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port wine stain

n
(Physiology) a type of haemangioma, seen as a purplish birthmark, often large and on the face or neck
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Most were undergoing surgery for some type of disfiguring facial birthmarks, such as a melanocytic nevus or port wine stain.
Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome presents with a classic triad of hemi-hypertrophy, port wine stain, and congenital venous or venolymphatic malformations.
Trigeminal dermatome distribution in patients with glaucoma and facial port wine stain.
It is a progressive syndrome-child can be born with only a port wine stain.
She had a port wine stain from her left hip to her toes, and her left foot and leg were far larger than the right.
The money donated to the Skin Deep Appeal is part of a fundraising effort by the family of three-year-old Ava McGregor, from Wallsend, who is currently having treatment for removal of a port wine stain on her face.
The beautiful young lady has been using special make-up from the NHS since she was 11 in order to conceal the port wine stain on her right cheek.
Makayla has Sturge Weber Syndrome (SWS) which is very rare and consists of a facial port wine stain, glaucoma, seizures and abnormal blood vessels on the brain surface.
Olivia is beautiful but because of the port wine stain some people only see that and they nudge each other and point and they can be rude.
The couple, who have another daughter Ellie, 10, were told the red mark on their baby's mouth was probably a port wine stain birthmark.
It consists of a triad of port wine stain (capillary haemangioma), varicose veins, and hypertrophy of an affected limb.
There was extensive port wine stain over the limbs, face and tongue.