Category: Skin Spots

Campbell de Morgan Spots

Campbell de Morgan spots, also known as Campbell de Morgan angiomas, cherry angiomas, cherry spots, and senile angiomas, are benign (non-cancerous) skin growths made of blood vessels. They get their name from the name of an...

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Cherry Angioma Pictures

We’d like to show you some cherry angioma pictures to help you recognize and identify the condition. Skin conditions can be scary; people often immediately think of serious conditions like cancer when they see something new or...

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Cherry Angioma Removal

Cherry angioma removal is usually not necessary, since these benign growths usually don’t cause any problems. They are not cancerous and are almost always very small, no bigger than a quarter of an inch in diameter. Much of the...

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Cherry Hemangioma

Cherry Hemangioma on Child What is a cherry hemangioma and is it the same thing as a strawberry hemangioma? Is it different or the same as a cherry angioma? Are these age spots? Are they a symptom of skin cancer? If you are...

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Liver Spots on Face

What are liver spots on the face? Despite the name, they don’t have anything to do with your liver. Liver spots, also called age spots or solar lentigines, are caused by prolonged exposure to the sun. Prolonged exposure to the...

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