ⓘ Cherry angioma


ⓘ De Morgan spot

Cherry angiomas, also known as Campbell De Morgan spots or senile angiomas, are cherry red papules on the skin. They are a harmless benign tumor, containing an abnormal proliferation of blood vessels, and have no relationship to cancer. They are the most common kind of angioma, and increase with age, occurring in nearly all adults over 30 years.

Campbell de Morgan is an English surgeon of the XIX century, who first described them.

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