- Surgical removal
- Cryotherapy (Freezing treatment)
- Infrared coagulation
- Sclerosing agent injection
- Systemic steroid therapy
- Perform numerous bindings
There is no standard treatment for every hemangioma. The method to be chosen varies depending on the size, type and location of the hemangioma. Although it is a benign disease, it is difficult, tedious and long to treat. The most effective and short-term method is, of course, surgical removal.
However, very few hemangiomas are suitable for surgical removal. The basic condition is not to damage other important anatomical structures in the region where the hemangioma is located. If we cannot take advantage of this opportunity, other methods will be used individually or in combination and in sessions. In addition to surgical removal, laser therapy has been the most effective method in recent years.
Although it is a benign disease, ulcers, necrosis, and trauma can cause excessive bleeding.