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Angioma

What is Angioma?

An angioma is classified as a benign growth of blood vessels under the skin. There are two types of angiomas: • Cherry angioma: caused by age • Spider angioma: caused by injury, sun exposure and liver disease The exact cause of angioma’s are not known but genetics and environmental factors may play a role. Cherry angiomas are believed to be caused by age. Spider angiomas may be caused by hormonal changes and extreme sun exposure. Consult our Dermatologists if you are concerned. If the angioma is bothersome due to cosmetic reasons, we have an array of treatment options.

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