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a tumor consisting of a mass of blood or lymphatic vessels

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Moaiedmohseni et al., "Association of chemokines and prolactin with cherry angioma in a sulfur mustard exposed population--Sardasht-Iran cohort study," International Immunopharmacology, vol.
In our study, 1 patient had cherry angioma (1.67%).
Skin disease Percentage of participants with skin disease (%) Xerosis 28 Seborrhoeic keratosis (hand) 14 Seborrhoeic keratosis (face) 13 Pressure ulcer 7 Cherry angioma 5 Actinic keratosis (hand) 3 Actinic keratosis (face) 2
The findings in this study are comparable with that of Beauregard and Gilchrest for cherry angioma. Finding of Seborrheic keratosis in this study compares well with that of Grover and Narasimhalu.
A statistically significant association of cherry angioma with diabetes was observed in the study (p value- 0.002) (table 1).
The treatment is used for a wide range of skin issues, including sunspots, scars, cherry angiomas, milia, verrucae, skin tags, and warts.
The cherry angiomas that some babies are born with is the one most people know of.