Vascular Anomalies Clinic | Phoenix Children's Hospital Dermatology
The Vascular Anomalies Clinic at Phoenix Children’s Hospital is the only multidisciplinary facility in the Southwest that diagnoses and treats a wide range of pediatric vascular anomalies.
Our multidisciplinary approach ensures that children with vascular anomalies are precisely diagnosed for conditions, such as venous malformations, lymphatic malformations, arteriovenous malformations, hemangiomas and port-wine stains. This comprehensive approach is the best way to provide the appropriate work-up and treatment for your child’s specific condition.
Dr. Ronald Hansen leads the team
Dr. Ronald Hansen, Director of the Vascular Anomalies Clinic, leads the collaborative team of pediatric dermatologists, surgeons, interventional radiologists, pathologist, otolaryngology, hematology/oncology and other specialists.
About Vascular Anomalies
A vascular anomaly is an encompassing term for a vascular condition that may be seen at birth or during the first few months to years of life.
This group of conditions affect a child’s blood vessels. Vascular anomalies are further divided into vascular tumors (or growths), and vascular malformations, usually in the skin or deeper tissues of the body.
These two conditions are often treated very differently so making the correct diagnosis is important for your child’s care and treatment plan.