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a tumor consisting of a mass of blood or lymphatic vessels

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Corazza et al., "Detection of human herpesvirus 8 sequences in cutaneous cherry angiomas," Archives of Dermatological Research, vol.
Cherry angioma (CA) or senile angioma is the most common type of acquired benign vascular proliferation which usually presents as nonblanching red papules on the acral and truncal areas [1].
In our study, 1 patient had cherry angioma (1.67%).
Cutaneous Manifestations of Diabetes (n = 60) Cutaneous Manifestations Number (%) Infections 30 50% Diabetic dermopathy 12 20% Foot changes 6 10% Skin tags 5 8.32% Acanthosis nigricans 4 6.67% Xanthelasma 2 3.34% palpebrarum Cherry angioma 1 1.67% pie chart 1: cutaneous manifestations among the study population (n=75) cutaneous manifestation 15(20%) no skin involvement 60(80%) Note: Table made from pie chart.
The cherry angiomas that some babies are born with is the one most people know of.
The most common benign skin tumour seen was Cherry angiomas (102, 51%) followed by seborrheic keratosis in 84 cases (42%), Dermatosis papulosa nigra in 67 cases (33.5%), acrochordons in 53 (26.5%) cases, 1 case (0.5%) of Sebaceous cyst and 2 cases (1%) of Syringoma.
Cherry angiomas were seen in 102 (51%) cases, Dermatosis papulosa nigra was seen in 67 cases (33.5%) and Acrochordons was seen in 53 cases (26.5%).