A cherry angioma is a non-cancerous collection of dilated blood vessels in the skin that somewhat resembles a cherry, being small, round, and red. They are benign, common growth that can form anywhere on the body. They most commonly occur on individuals after the age of forty (40).

A spider angioma is a persistent dilated blood vessel that blanches with pressure.  It is persistent, unless treated.

Angiomas can be removed by electrocautery, BBL or V Beam laser. Usually only one-two treatments are needed for removal of the angioma.

 

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