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By Dr. Prashant Kothari
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Port Wine

Kothari P. Classical Picture of Port Wine Stain. WebmedCentral DENTISTRY 2012;3(1):WMC002897
doi: 10.9754/journal.wmc.2012.002897

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Submitted on: 19 Jan 2012 01:47:43 PM GMT
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It is important for general practitioners to recognize cutaneous port-wine stains as these could signify important association with Sturge Weber syndrome, where neurological and ocular complications are likely. Port-wine stains are venous ectasias that are present at birth,but changes colour from pale to pink in the newborn to a deep red or dark purple colour (as in port wine) later.

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A Port Wine Stain
Posted by Dr. William J Maloney on 07 Feb 2014 02:23:05 PM GMT Reviewed by Interested Peers
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A review on hemangioma of Port Wine.
Posted by Dr. Constantino Ledesma-Montes on 12 Feb 2012 08:48:45 PM GMT

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