Angioma - Treatment of Cherry Angioma
What is Angioma?
An angioma is a benign tumor that consists of small blood vessels. It is a red dome-shaped lesion usually occurring on the trunk and formed as a result of the weakening of the capillary wall. Also called cherry angioma. Angiomas are composed of blood vessels (hemangiomas) or lymph vessels (lymphangiomas), that lie beneath the skin's surface. Cherry angiomas can occur almost anywhere on the skin, but most commonly on the torso. You can develop cherry angiomas anytime in your life, but they are most frequent after the age of 40. Von Hippel angioma are hemangiomas, are not cancers and do not metastasize.
Causes of Angioma
Causes of Angioma are unknown and uncleared.
Two angioma types are known: Spider Angioma and Cherry Angioma .
Spider Angioma ( nevus araneus ): Got its name from its appearance: central, elevated red dot with surrounding blood vessels in the shape of a spider's web (usually up to 1 cm in diameter). Although they may appear anywhere on the body, they will ussually occur on the face.
Cherry Angioma : Got its name from its color that may vary from bright (cherry) red to purple. Although harmless and painless, cherry angiomas may bleed profusely if punctured or injured.
Treatment of Angioma
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