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Eye disorders in newborn infants (excluding retinopathy of prematurity)
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    Re:Response to Letter Management of infantile haemangiomas of the eyelid

    We appreciate the feedback and clarity provided by the letter in response to our review article. We agree in principle with the authors that beta-blockers have rapidly become the standard of care for infantile haemangiomas (IHs), and for this reason listed it first in our short review of treatment options. Indeed, a recent meta-analysis of 35 studies (representing 572 paediatric patients with IHs) strongly supported the...

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    Management of infantile haemangiomas of the eyelid

    In this review (Eye disorders in newborn infants (excluding retinopathy of prematurity), Wan MJ, VanderVeen DK, Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed. 2015 May;100(3):F264-9. doi: 10.1136/archdischild-2014- 306215. Epub 2014 Nov 13, PMID:25395469) the authors describe clinical presentation, natural history and treatment of infantile haemangiomas (IH). These vascular tumors are common and if left untreated will result in visua...

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