A member asked:

What is a vascular mole?

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Dr. Joseph Bark answered

Specializes in Dermatology

Possible angioma: There are many types of "moles." a mole really is a new growth in the skin but it's more of a lay-term than a professional one. Vascular moles could be small blood vessel filled dots on the skin which are inherited and look cherry red. These lesions are called angiomas. They can be easily treated if that's what they are, with many different therapies including intense pulsed light.

Answered 1/18/2019



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