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Also known as: PWS
A port wine stain or PWS is one of the more common birthmarks related to blood vessel growth. Present at birth, an early PWS is usually flat and pink in appearance with the color possibly deepening to a dark red or purplish color as the child gets older. The PWS most common occur on the face but may appear anywhere on the body.
The following syndromes most commonly cause port wine stains:
Port wine stain removal treatments include pulsed dye laser therapy.
Reviewed by: Ana Margarita Duarte, MD
This page was last updated on: July 28, 2021 01:52 PM
Evaluation and management of all birthmarks with special expertise in vascular birthmarks or vascular anomalies in newborn babies and children.
A cherry angioma is a small to large, fairly common, benign, bright cherry red or purple, smooth or raised area, of clusters of tiny blood vessels on the skin.
Cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (CMTC) is an uncommonly reported, sporadic, congenital cutaneous disorder. It often reported in association with a variety of other congenital anomalies and affects the skin.
Candela Vbeam Perfecta is a form of laser therapy that can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions.