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sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugal

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Port-wine stain (PWS) is a congenital birthmark that reflects embryonic vascular development abnormalities.
Third in the American Novels series, The Port-Wine Stain delves into the dark and evocative world of Edgar Allan Poe's life and work, capturing the essence of his stories and poetry while exploring possible inspirations and ensuring that the likes of "William Wilson" and "The Premature Burial" will never be experienced in the same light again.
Facial port-wine stain (PWS or Nevus Flammeus) in trigeminal V1-V3 distribution.
A birthmark is almost always harmless and, apart from a port-wine stain, most will disappear by the age of five.
2 We report a case of Klippel-Trenaunay sundrome with extensive ulcerations developing in the port-wine stain and a solitary pseudo-Kaposi sarcoma.
It was the port-wine production of the region that put the 'port' not only into Portugal, but also into the city of Oporto, where our journey began.
Port-wine stain is a discoloured area of the skin caused by abnormalities of the blood vessels, and babies are born with it.
It was the Douro's port-wine production that put the "port" not only into Portugal, but also into the city of Oporto, where our journey began.
Consider the possibility of Sturge-Weber syndrome in neonates born with a facial port-wine birthmark.
Treatment with a pulsed dye laser is safe and effective for clearing port-wine stains in children aged younger than 2 years, according to two independent studies presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.
Unlike hemangiomas, port-wine stains don't go away on their own.
Facial port-wine stains and associated leptomeningeal angiomas typify the vascular findings.
Babies born with dark red marks such as port-wine stains and strawberry naevus, which can cover half the face, should receive laser surgery when they are six-months old.
It can treat leg veins, facial spider veins, scars, warts, rosacea, stretch marks, port-wine stains, and hemangiomas.
The holiday provides the ideal base for not only excellent walking but for an insight into the port-wine trade.