Aditya Narayan ChoudharyAssistant Professor at Heritage Institute of Medical sciences, Varanasi, India
Title: Excision of a giant venous malformation and use of its skin as a graft
Venous malformations are the most common type of congenital vascular malformation composed of dysmorphic channels lined by flattened endothelium exhibiting slow turnover.
We hereby report a case of a large venous malformation in a 15 yr old patient that extended from lower thoracic to gluteal region and from anterior midline to posterior midline on the right side. It presented to us with seepage of blood from the skin. The lesion was excised en masse and the skin over the lesion was used to graft the raw area formed following lesion excision.
Dr Aditya Narayan Choudhary is a Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgeon associated with Heritage IMS, Varanasi. He did his superspecialization from IMS, Banaras Hindu University, an institute of international repute. Previously he was working at Rajiv Gandhi cancer institute, Delhi as an attending consultant. He is well versed with aesthetic surgery, cancer reconstruction, facial and limb trauma management, hand surgery, cleft surgery, burn reconstruction, cosmetic gynaecology and AV fistula creation for dialysis patients.