Red Cherry Angiomas are small, benign (noncancerous) growths that often appear on the skin, especially in older people. Also known as hemangiomas, red moles, or cherry angiomas, these growths are formed from small blood vessels.
What Should I Know About Angiomas?
Usually appear on the trunk of the body.
Growths are about the size of a common mole.
Most often benign.
Usually appear on the trunk of the body; they are often the size of a common mole.
Most often benign, they can be indicative of chronic liver disease or genetics.
Spider angiomas have a core of multiple arterial capillaries with smaller arterial telangiectasias (distended capillaries) branching off the central core, like the legs of a spider.
Spider angiomas may occur in any age group and are most often benign; they appear in 60% of pregnant women, and usually clear after childbirth.
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