Cavernous hemangioma

What is Cavernous hemangioma?

' Blood vessel malformation (hemangioma) with large blood-filled spaces orcavities. They can arise virtually anywhere in the body and are considered to be benign masses. Unlike the capillary hemangiomas, they can be disfiguring and do not tend to regress. They are potentially life threatening and can bleed, and therefore should be evaluated and followed by your physician.

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My 18 months daughter has a cavernous hemangioma in the cheek is there any local ayurvedic treatment?

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Welcome to health care magic forum,
i don't know about scope of ayurveda but, you can try homeopathic treatment, But be sure that,...

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My husband has acute intra cerebral haemotoma in left posterior parietal region.MDCT brain angiogram features suggest a cavernous angioma in the...

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The cavernoma are usually not seen in the brain angiogram as they are with low blood flow.

For this reason, I would recommend consulting...

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