Skin lesions are generally present at birth although it is not uncommon for them to form a couple of months later. Many will disappear within the first year of a child’s life, but some do require medical attention. Treatment options include laser therapy, medication and, in some cases, surgery.
Common Skin Disorders
- Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) – Tangles of abnormal blood vessels believed to occur as a fetus is developing. These malformations can occur wherever arteries and veins exist, but are most serious when formed in the brain or spinal cord.
- Hemangioma – A cluster of blood vessels that form abnormally to create a birth mark. Most lesions are benign and resolve themselves by puberty; however, large hemangiomas or those that grow rapidly can lead to complications.
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