Cherry Hemangioma
Cherry Hemangioma is a small bright red bump on the skin. It ranges between 0.5 - 6 mm in diameter and presents on the chest and arms, and increasing in number with age.

Cherry hemangioma is a harmless benign tumour, 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.

Treatment is not usually required. It can be easily removed with laser surgery.

  • Cherry Hemangioma ― Arm; It is a small hemangioma that commonly occurs on the arms and trunk and is caused by aging.
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    Cherry hemangiomas are common benign cutaneous vascular proliferations. They are also known as cherry angiomas, adult hemangiomas, or senile angiomas as their number tends to increase with age.