Topical Timolol Helps Hemangioma
June 6, 2010
It has been shown that systemic propranolol can greatly reduce hemangiomas around the eye, thus sparing the baby risky surgery or steroidal injections to debulk it. But systemic propranolol can be a little risky and requires a hospital stay. Researchers recently got similar results rubbing Timolol on the lesion.
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