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Cherry red blood vessel tumor: Painless and harmless skin damage

  1. A cherry red blood vessel tumor is a benign cherry red colored skin lesion, made up of blood vessels. This painless tumor occurs mainly in people over thirty. The cherry red blood vessel growth may appear anywhere on the body, but the scalp and trunk are particularly affected. While the skin lesion is not a health hazard, it may cause external problems for the patient. The doctor therefore removes the skin lesions if necessary.

Epidemiology of cherry red blood vessel growth

  1. Cherry red blood vessel growths are the most common vascular lesions on human skin. People over thirty are particularly affected. The skin condition

Causes painless and harmless skin damage

  1. It is not well known what causes the cherry red blood vessel growths. A hereditary factor is probably involved. Another option is prolonged exposure to the harmful UV rays of sunlight

Symptoms of cherry red blood vessel growths: Skin lesions, especially on head and trunk

  1. A cherry red blood vessel tumor varies in size from one to a maximum of six millimeters. These round growths develop almost anywhere on the body, especially on the head or trunk. Rarely are the hands and feet affected. The skin growth

Diagnosis and investigations

  1. Physical examination In case of pain

Treatment

  1. Self-care Normally, an innocent cherry-red blood vessel growth does not require treatment. Earthclinic indicates on its website that the blood vessel growths can be removed with the help of iodine, apple cider vinegar or tea tree oil. The patient takes 50 mg of iodine by mouth to start with and may also apply iodine to the skin lesions. The patient may also apply apple cider vinegar to the skin via a cotton ball for 20-30 minutes a day. Tea tree oil is quite powerful and also removes angiomas. For this, the patient smears a mixture of one tablespoon of tea tree oil with two tablespoons of olive oil

Forecast: At the latest

  1. Cherry red blood vessel growths are benign skin growths. The appearance may be affected in the patient. After removing the growths, a scar may appear, although this is usually not the case.

  2. Cherry red blood vessel growths are benign skin growths. The appearance may be affected in the patient. Removing the growths may cause a scar, although this is usually not the case.



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