Vascular Anomaly Clinic
For children with vascular growths or malformations
If your child has a vascular anomaly, you need an experienced and diverse team with specialized experience. Some of these conditions are rare, so finding experienced specialists can be a challenge. The Vascular Anomaly clinic at Phoenix Children’s brings the needed specialists together to provide care and treatment for your child.
Vascular anomalies can range from small birthmarks to large, disfiguring growths or tumors. They usually show up early in life and are often congenital (present from birth), but they can also be a result from trauma or injury. Some anomalies are easily treatable, while others are more complex or result from underlying conditions.
That’s why the Vascular Anomalies Clinic at Phoenix Children’s includes multiple specialties and services, as well as a team-based approach to care. Our focus is twofold: To offer the highest quality care and treatment for children with vascular anomalies and to provide answers, guidance and support for these children and their families.
This clinic requires a referral to see one of our specialists. Our specialty nurse, Kellie Badger, will help coordinate the care and resources you need. She can assist with coordination of care along with offering resources, support and education. Please call her at 602-933-2053
- American Academy of Dermatology
- Emily Center at Phoenix Children’s
- International Society for the Study of Vascular Anomalies
- National Organization for Rare Disorders
- National Organization for Rare Disorders- Patient Organization Directory
- National Organization of Vascular Anomalies
- PHACE Syndrome Community
- The Vascular Birthmarks Foundation
- PIK3CA-Related Overgrowth Spectrum (PROS)- Novartis
- CLOVES syndrome (CLOVES stands for congenital lipomatous (fatty) overgrowth, vascular malformations, epidermal nevi and scoliosis/skeletal/spinal anomalies]
- PeDRA (Pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance)
- Society for Pediatric Dermatology