Cherry Angioma, also known as senile angiomas or Campbel de Morgan spots, are common skin growths that can develop on most areas of your body. The reddish appearance is created by the collection of small blood vessels inside the spot.
Cherry Angiomas are usually found on people aged 30 and over and are typically not a cause for concern unless they bleed often or change in shape, size, or colour.
The exact cause of cherry angiomas is unknown. It may be that genetics make certain people more prone to get them. They are also linked to certain medical conditions, as well as climate, pregnancy and exposure to chemicals.
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