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Figure 3: Effect of oral propranolol on periocular infantile capillary hemangioma (a) 1-month-old child presented with preseptal segmental periocular infantile capillary hemangioma (ICH) involving right side of face. (b) The child did well after 14 months of oral propranolol with only residual skin telangiectasia in the involved area (c) A 3-month-old child with postseptal focal ICH of the lower eyelid did well (d) with complete resolution of the lesion with 12 months of oral propranolol (e) A 10-month-old child presented with combined ICH of the left upper eyelid did well (f) with 4 months of oral propranolol with minimal residue

Figure 3: Effect of oral propranolol on periocular infantile capillary hemangioma (a) 1-month-old child presented with preseptal segmental periocular infantile capillary hemangioma (ICH) involving right side of face. (b) The child did well after 14 months of oral propranolol with only residual skin telangiectasia in the involved area (c) A 3-month-old child with postseptal focal ICH of the lower eyelid did well (d) with complete resolution of the lesion with 12 months of oral propranolol (e) A 10-month-old child presented with combined ICH of the left upper eyelid did well (f) with 4 months of oral propranolol with minimal residue