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Hemangioma - Causes and Risk Factors

​It is believed that hemangioma may have genetic predisposition, but the actual cause is not known. It is usually diagnosed between ages of 30-50 years. Studies have shown that the hormone estrogen may promote  growth of hemangioma. As such, females may have a higher risk of hemangioma. Women who have been pregnant or use hormone replacement therapy are more likely to be diagnosed with hemangioma than women who have not.

Hemangioma - Preparing for surgery

Hemangioma - Post-surgery care

Hemangioma - Other Information

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