cherry angiomas

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cher·ry an·gi·o·mas

(cherē an-jē-ōmăz)
Common idiopathic benign vascular lesions more common in old people.
Synonym(s): senile hemangioma.
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Vardy, "Cherry angiomas associated with exposure to bromides," Dermatology, vol.
Other common findings are skin tags (8.3%), xanthelasma palpebrarum (3.34%), acanthosis nigricans (6.67%) and cherry angioma (1.67%).
Sometimes hearing what patients say doesn't matter; we're not going to remove the cherry angiomas. But sometimes it does, by telling us the real reason they want something removed, which may include some guilt about their own picking, guilt they can do without.
RF Epilator means to quickly and easily remove vascular lesions such as telangiectasia (distended capillaries), cherry angiomas, spider veins, and skin tags found on the face and body.
A characteristic crease in the skin of the earlobes, large skin tags on the neck, vitiligo, cherry angiomas, blackish discoloration and velvety thickening of the skin folds are more common in diabetic patients and warrant blood sugar estimation.