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Vascular anomalies are composed of blood vessels that have developed abnormally. These blood vessels include arteries, veins, lymphatic vessels and/or capillaries.
Boston Children's Hospital's Vascular Anomalies Center classifies vascular anomalies into two categories:
How vascular anomalies manifest themselves can vary greatly from patient to patient, from single "stand-alone" anomalies to complex conditions or syndromes that combine more than one anomaly or affect multiple parts of the body.
Learn more about the vascular anomalies we treat.
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