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Treatments for Hamartoma in Children

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What are the treatments for a hamartoma?

Your child's doctor will surgically remove the hamartoma. Once the tumor is removed, your child should recover completely, depending on the size and location of the growth.

However, sometimes the tumor may recur and require additional surgery.

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