Propranolol infantil hemanjiomda birinci basamak tedavisi olarak kullanılabilir mi?

Torun, Yasemin Altuner; Ergül, Ayşe Betül; Dursun, İsmail
March 2011
Dicle Medical Journal / Dicle Tip Dergisi;2011, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p95
Academic Journal
Case Study
Hemangiomas are the most common tumors of infancy. Most of them require no treatment, but treatment is needed if dramatic aesthetic, and/or functional impairment as visual or airway obstruction or ulceration arises. We reported a 6-month-old infant presented with a 6-week history of a rapidly growing cutaneus hemangioma on the right eyelid and caused visual impairment. The patient was successfully treated with the use of oral propranolol therapy. We suggest that propranolol can be considered as a first line treatment in a patient with infantil hemangioma.


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