Cherry Angioma

Cherry angioma is a cluster of small, red blood vessels that can be seen from under the skin.

Symptoms of Cherry Angioma

The symptoms of cherry angioma are:

  • Red dots
  • Usually the size of a pinhead, although the dots can be as large as a third of an inch

These dots usually form on:

  • The body
  • Arms
  • Legs

Who Gets It?

Anyone can get cherry angioma - this condition tends to develop in adulthood. People may develop more and more dots as they age.

Cherry Angioma Removal

Cherry angiomas are harmless and painless, however those who do not like their appearance can get them removed by a laser treatment.

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