Oman Med J 2020 Nov 30;35(6):e204. Epub 2020 Nov 30.
Surgery Department, Sultan Qaboos University Hospital, Muscat, Oman.
PHACES syndrome comprises osterior fossa malformations, segmental emangioma, rterial anomalies, ardiac defects, ye anomalies and less commonly, ternal cleft, or supraumbilical raphe. We report a case of PHACES syndrome associated with intestinal hemangioma causing recurrent intussusceptions. A full-term infant female presented at the age of three months with segmental distribution of telangiectatic patch with red swelling involving the right periorbital area, right forehead, and lips. Read More