Randolph Lecture: Contemporary Management of Complex Vascular Anomalies - November 4, 2015


Judson G. Randolph Lecture: Contemporary Management of Complex Vascular Anomalies 

Presented by: 

Richard G. Azizkhan, MD, PhD (Hon)
President and CEO, Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, Omaha, NE
Surgical Director Emeritus, Hemangioma and Vascular Malformation Program
Professor, University of Cincinnati Department of Surgery

Vascular anomalies are often a misunderstood and inappropriately managed group of conditions. Although valiant efforts have made in standardizing the classification of these lesions, confusing and outdated terminology still pervade the literature. 

Eliminating these incongruities and recognizing important clinical patterns will be crucial to interdisciplinary communication among scientists and clinicians and to improving the quality of patient care through appropriate therapeutic and supportive interventions.

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