Tips for managing molluscum contagiosum, blog, father seated with toddler in front of him, clinical research

Tips for Managing Molluscum Contagiosum

Molluscum Contagiosum is a relatively harmless viral skin condition. It causes round, firm, yet painless bumps to form anywhere on the skin. Anyone can get it, but it is most common in children under ten years old. Within 6 to 12 months, in some cases longer than 12 months, the lesions usually go away on their own, …

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Vascular malformation, clinical research

What is a Vascular Malformation?

Vascular malformations can cause cosmetic and functional abnormalities in the veins, blood vessels, capillaries, lymph nodes, and arteries. They are typically present at birth but can also appear days or weeks after. Some vascular malformations occur on the skin and do not require treatment, while others are internal and can lead to severe complications if …

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