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Which type of vascular malformation may fill in the dependent position, with valsalva or straining?
Which type of vascular anomaly may transilluminate?
Has the classification of vascular anomalies that was established many years ago been updated?
Are most physicians “fluent” in vascular anomaly terminology so that most patients receive the correct diagnosis when first seen?
Are most vascular lesions seen in adults called hemangiomas?
Which would be considered as a reliable resource to keep updated on research and findings concerning vascular anomalies?
Which are considered the two basic categories of vascular anomalies in the ISSVA Classification?
Which would not be considered a vascular malformation syndrome?
Which type of vascular anomaly is known to have genetic mutations?
You are seeing a 29-year old female who has just relocated. She has an enlarged left leg, some areas are firm and erythematous. This has been present since birth and progressing somewhat with age. She is unable to wear regular shoes since the ipsilateral foot is larger and oozes on occasion. She feels better when her legs are elevated, when she wears compression stockings, and when she swims. Several other family members have similar findings. She asks you what can be done and whether there are any tests to see if this is genetic?