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Find a Dermatologist and More at the American Academy of Dermatology

The American Academy of Dermatology is the largest, most influential, and most representative of all dermatologic associations. With a membership of more than 16,000 physicians, it represents virtually all practicing dermatologists in the United States. The Academy is committed to excellence in patient care, medical and public education, research, professionalism, and member service and support.

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Join a Support Group for Hemangiomas: Yahoo Groups

Yahoo's Hemangioma Group is for parents and children that have gone through or are going through Hemangioma themselves or their loved ones have. This group was started by a mother of baby girl Zoe who had a compound hemangioma on her face between her eyes. Zoe's mother started this group in hope to find other parents and children that have gone through or are going through the same thing. This also a great group to seek advice and discuss concerns. Membership is free.

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Strawberry Mark Information

FurtherHealth.com is a great resource to find answers for your personal questions on Strawberry Marks, which are another form of hemangioma. With some quick background information on Hemangiomas, like, how they are are non-cancerous and occur because blood vessels in the skin have overgrown. You can submit your personal question at the bottom of the page and browse through other questions as well. Find out more facts about Strawberry birthmarks. Did you know they are not inherited and occur in 1 in 10 white babies, but only in 1 in a 100 black or Asian babies?

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Individuals Living With Birthmarks Forum

Birthmark.Org includes a forum and message board for those living with severe birthmarks and their family and friends. This site is pretty active, so you can easily have your questions answered by others in the community.

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Clinical Trials on Hemangiomas

ClinicalTrials.gov is an easy-to-use Web site that provides regularly updated information about federally and privately supported clinical trials, including more than 15 curruent open studies on Hemangiomas.

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Spots, Birthmarks and Rashes: The Complete Guide to Caring for Your Child's Skin

Amazon features another great parents' guide to childhood skin problems. Spots, Birthmarks and Rashes helps parents identify, treat and possibly prevent childhood skin problems. Clear, color photographs facilitate diagnosing skin conditions and assessing the treatments needed. Skin conditions are covered thematically in five major sections: - Non-contagious rashes - Contagious rashes - Insect bites and infestations - Lumps, bumps and bruises - Birthmarks, pigments and growths. Each condition is illustrated and concisely described along with treatment and therapy options. Background information covers the anatomy, physiology and protective care of skin. A special section explains how to care for your child's skin from infancy.

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Hemangioma Removal with PerioLase Nd:YAG laser - A video

This is video which demonstrates a non-invasive technique for the removal of hemangiomas from the oral cavity; the venous pools are coagulated using a long pulse width and; these coagulated areas are then resorbed by the body. It is a little graphic, but interesting if you are interested in removal treatment.

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