Save the Date for ISSVA's 2022 World Congress, which will be held 10-13 May 2022 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. For additional details, or to learn how we plan to address the continuing uncertainty of the COVID-19 Pandemic, please visit the ISSVA World Congress 2022 Website.
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, ISSVA has made available physician and patients resources for use during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn More.
Find a Specialist: to find a specialist who treats patients with vascular anomalies, please visit out Find a Specialist page, which includes all ISSVA members who have opted in to allow their information to be shown on the public side of the website.
Patient Advocacy Organizations: Since the establishment of ISSVA in 1992, collaborations have been integral to the growth, awareness and improved diagnosis and treatment of patients with vascular anomalies. ISSVA networks with patient advocacy organizations, which support ISSVA's initiatives and are a key contributor to providing patients with valuable educational resources while advocating for individuals with vascular anomalies. Find a Patient Advocacy Organization.
ISSVA Membership is open to physicians and biomedical scientists with an interest in vascular anomalies or you can apply for Affiliate membership if you are a nurse, other health care professional or other individual who is actively involved in the field of vascular anomalies. Learn More About Types of ISSVA Membership.
The Journal of Vascular Anomalies (JoVA), an online-only open access journal dedicated to the scientific investigation, diagnosis, and treatment of congenital and acquired human vascular lesions, will support ISSVA's mission to spread education to physicians, researchers, allied health, and other professionals interested in the field of Vascular Anomalies.
The journal’s focus includes novel approaches, evidence-based research, critical reviews and emerging science from a broad array of medical, surgical, radiologic, and scientific disciplines. As a peer-reviewed journal, we cannot guarantee acceptance, however strongly encourage you to consider submission to further share your knowledge with the vascular anomalies community.
We are currently accepting submissions of original scientific research (molecular, genetic, histologic); original clinical studies (prospective, retrospective, case series); contemporary reviews; evidence based reviews; how I do it?; case reports; and letters to the editor.