Propranolol Therapy for an Abdominal Giant Haemangioma in a Neonate
A one day old Moroccan boy was admitted to our neonatal unit with a giant tuberous right abdominal haemangioma. The clinical examination revealed no other vascular tumours. There was no evidence of heart failure. Ultrasound and MRA documented a giant vascular structure suggestive of haemangioma. The tumor responded well to propranolol treatment.
J Nepal Paediatr Soc 2015;35(2):189-191
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