Dermatology

Infantile Hemangioma Program

Hemangiomas are among the most common vascular birthmarks in infants and children. In some cases, the growth characteristics of hemangiomas and their tendency to appear on certain areas of the body can lead to complications.

PHACE(S) syndrome describes complicated segmental types of hemangiomas associated with other non-skin-based conditions that can involve the heart, brain, eyes, endocrine and musculoskeletal systems.

To help care for and manage children with these conditions, a multidisciplinary group of specialists is available to cooperate and assist in the evaluation and treatment of hemangiomas using state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging and therapeutic modalities.

If you are interested in learning more about the Infantile Hemangioma Program, please call 215-590-2169 and press nurse line.

Active clinical trials

Our team is also involved in clinical trials to learn more about these conditions, including:

Meet the team

Dermatology

Albert C. Yan, MD
Leslie N. Castelo-Soccio, MD, PhD
Paul J. Honig, MD

Melinda V. Jen, MD
James R. Treat, MD

Neonatology

Anne Ades, MD
Janet Lioy, MD

Neurology

Daniel J. Licht, MD

Ophthalmology & Oculoplastic Surgery

James A. Katowitz, MD
William R. Katowitz, MD

Otolaryngology

Ian Jacobs, MD
Luv Javia, MD
Steve Sobol, MD
Karen Zur, MD

Pediatric Cardiology

Robert E. Shaddy, MD
Maully Shah, MD

Pediatric Hospital Medicine

Jan Boswinkel, MD
Rebecca Tenney-Soiero, MD

Plastic Surgery

David W. Low, MD
Oksana A. Jackson, MD
Jesse A. Taylor, MD

Radiology

Anne Marie Cahill, MD
Els Nijs, MD

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