What is a Cherry Angioma?

This condition usually shows up as a red or purple lump on the skin. It is a non-cancerous skin growth that is made up of a bundle of tiny blood vessels.

They can be itchy and bleed when scratched if the top layer of skin is damaged.

If you are struggling with itchy or unsightly cherry angiomas, see our skin specialist today to discuss the available treatment pathways.

How to spot a cherry anigoma!

  • Red or purple lump on the skin.
  • Bleeding after scratching the lump.
  • It may be as tiny as 1cm.
  • Usually found in areas of friction, such as the torso.If you think you have a cherry anigoma and would like to discuss removal options, get in touch with us today.
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