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Yale Vascular Malformation Center

The Yale Vascular Malformation Center's internationally recognized multidisciplinary team is dedicated to treating and understanding vascular malformations of the brain, nose, lung, GI tract and extremities that may occur spontaneously or as part of rare genetic syndromes such as Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT), also known as Osler-Weber-Rendu.

Yale Vascular Malformation Center
The Yale Center, which is the model for 27 HHT Centers worldwide, manages 3,000 patients with HHT including primary treatment and follow-up. Daily clinics for patients with vascular malformations, genetic counseling, evaluation and work-up for patients with gastrointestinal bleeding and liver, pulmonary and brain malformations associated with HHT are among the services offered. In addition to teaching within the United States and overseas, the faculty publishes the results of their research regularly in a variety of peer-reviewed journals. Yale founded a non-profit foundation for HHT in 1991.
Yale School of Medicine
Magnet Recognition Best Hospitals 2012-2013

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