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Home Beauty Skin Disease Cherry Angioma/ Red Spot

Cherry Angioma/ Red Spot : Causes, Symptoms, treatment removal and picture

Cherry angiomas are those skin growths that can occur at any part of the body. This condition of skin simetimes cause bumps on the skin quite a few times in a group. Cherry angioma are benign angiokeratomas that appear as tiny pin-point red papules, especially on the trunk, and increase with age. No treatment is required. Cherry angiomas are benign, fairly common skin growths that vary in size. They can occur almost anywhere on the body but usually develop on the trunk.

The cherry-red "bumps" develop alone or in groups, most often on the torso and frequently on the face, scalp, neck, arms and legs. Large angiomas can bleed profusely when they are injured. Because of this, don't puncture them or try to remove them yourself.

Different types of Angiomas

  • Cherry angiomas
  • Spider angiomas
  • Angiokeratomas

Causes of Cherry Angioma

The exact cause of cherry angioma is not known. Cherry angiomas are mostly occur due to aging. Angiomas are more common in childhood, during pregnancy and most common after age 40 and a few can appear on anyone. If there number increases in the individual then there may be chances of liver damage. Angiokeratomas are an overgrowth of blood vessels and skin cells.

Treatment of Cherry Angioma

A cherry angioma is painless and harmless, but many persons want them removed for cosmetic reasons. The dermatologist will recommend the most appropriate method if you desired treatment. The most common procedures used are (1) electrosurgery - a minor surgical procedure during where a special electrical needle-like instrument is used to remove the angioma, (2) cryotherapy - freezing the affected area with liquid nitrogen, and (3) laser vaporization - using an intense beam of light to remove the angioma.



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