Also known as: PELVIS syndrome
What is PELVIS syndrome?
PELVIS syndrome is used for the association of lumbosacral or genital area hemangiomas associated with malformation of the external genitalia, urinary tract abnormalities (kidneys and bladder), malformations of the end of the spinal cord (lipomyelomeningocele) and abnormalities of the anus (imperforation or tags).
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In observance of vascular birthmarks awareness month, The International Birthmarks Institute at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital held its first Vascular Birthmarks Conference at the hospital’s main campus on May 5th. The event brought together patients, families and medical professionals representing a range of specialties to present the latest in diagnosis, treatment and research related to birthmarks.
Just a few weeks after Brianna was born, her mother noticed a red growth on her daughter’s upper lip. Her pediatrician referred the family to specialists who diagnosed the growth as an Infantile Hemangioma. On December 7th, Dr. Chad Perlyn of Nickalus Children's Hospital, removed the hemangioma.