It’s not just a birthmark

Vascular anomalies are blood vessels that haven’t developed correctly. And even though some vascular anomalies don’t need any treatment, it’s important to get the right diagnosis—the first time. Children’s Minnesota can help.

The vascular anomalies center at Children’s is one of only a few in the country dedicated to treating children from infancy up to 21 years old. That’s why parents from across the Midwest and as far away as Alaska entrust their children with our team of specialists.

Our expert team includes physicians from several different specialties with a focus in pediatrics, including:

Together, they form a unique team, able to diagnose and treat all kinds of vascular anomalies from the more common hemangiomas to rare vascular malformations.

Learn more about the Vascular Anomalies Center at Children’s Minnesota.



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