1993
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.129.2.182
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Anatomical differences of port-wine stains in response to treatment with the pulsed dye laser

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“…Partielle Rezidive oder eine gänzliche therapeutische Resistenz prägen den klinischen Alltag [15,23,24]. Diese therapeutische Resistenz konnte tierexperimentell belegt werden [25] und stimuliert bis heute die Suche nach optimierten Behandlungsstrategien.…”
Section: Vaskuläre Läsionenunclassified
“…Partielle Rezidive oder eine gänzliche therapeutische Resistenz prägen den klinischen Alltag [15,23,24]. Diese therapeutische Resistenz konnte tierexperimentell belegt werden [25] und stimuliert bis heute die Suche nach optimierten Behandlungsstrategien.…”
Section: Vaskuläre Läsionenunclassified
“…Chapas et al [1] have produced significantly high levels of lesional lightening in infancy. Patients younger than 6 months of age were again safely treated with the pulsed dye laser [2].…”
Section: Laser Removal Of Port Wine Stains: How Close Are We? a Commementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Central forehead lesions have the best response to pulsed-dye laser treatment and are followed in order of effectiveness by periorbital lesions, peripheral facial and neck lesions, and central facial and extremity lesions. 56,[58][59][60] However, pink, blanching, macular patches on the central forehead, nape of the neck, glabella, and upper eyelids may be entirely different entities, that is, nevus simplex, and therefore careful diagnostic measures should be taken before laser therapy is initiated. 61 There is decreasing effectiveness in the response of port-wine stains to successive laser treatments.…”
Section: Port-wine Stainsmentioning
confidence: 99%