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Vascular Anomalies Clinic

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Our vascular anomalies clinic includes pediatric specialists in plastic and reconstructive surgery, interventional radiology, hematology/oncology and dermatology. We have involvement of neurosurgery, otolaryngology (ENT), orthopedics, ophthalmology and urology as well. Together, we address the complex needs of children with vascular birthmarks, hemangiomas and other vascular malformations.

While many vascular anomalies are usually present at birth, some do not appear until later in a child’s life, sometimes into the teenage years. Hemangioma are the most common infantile vascular tumors, but the term is sometimes used to refer to any prominent vessel, blue discoloration of the skin or sometimes a bulging mass.

However, vascular malformations (also birthmarks) are very different in nature compared to hemangioma. These growths can be composed of arteries, veins, capillaries and lymph vessels that have developed abnormally. They can cause functional or cosmetic problems. Treatment may include medical therapy, minimally invasive techniques such as laser, sclerotherapy or embolization or surgery.

Our Doctors/Providers


Samuel Albert, MD, FAAOHNS, FACS

Director, Resident Education; Pediatric Otolaryngologist

Accepting New Patients


Janice McDaniel, MD

Director, Interventional Radiology; Pediatric Interventional Radiologist

Ananth Murthy, MD, FACS

Director, Pediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Medical Director, James A. Lehman Jr., MD Craniofacial Center and Speech Resonance Clinic; Pediatric Craniofacial Surgeon

Accepting New Patients


Nicholas Nguyen, MD

Director, Pediatric Dermatology; Pediatric Dermatologist

Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants:

Heather Larson, MSN, APRN-CNP

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Accepting New Patients



Some of the Conditions We Treat...

Vascular malformations, vascular anomalies, hemangiomas, arteriovenous malformations, sclerotherapy treatment, sclerotherapy, birthmarks, AVM

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