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LUMBAR syndrome is a rare condition that appears as a hemangioma or multiple hemangiomas on the lower body, in association with other congenital (present at birth) anomalies, including:
LUMBAR is an acronym for this group of conditions.
Individuals with LUMBAR syndrome have hemangiomas on the lower back and/or perineum. Children with hemangiomas should be assessed by a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating vascular anomalies.
The diagnosis and treatment of LUMBAR syndrome often requires several types of pediatric experts. The vascular anomalies team at Comer Children's evaluates, treats and monitors hemangiomas associated with LUMBAR syndrome and works closely with other specialists involved in the patient’s care.
Treatments for hemangiomas related to LUMBAR syndrome may include:
The vascular anomalies program at Comer Children's offers an integrated and comprehensive approach to the diagnosis, care and management of vascular malformations. Our multidisciplinary team of pediatric experts works together to educate families and to evaluate and treat children with all types of these vascular lesions.