Angiokeratoma Causes

Angiokeratoma is a harmless skin condition manifesting through small 2 to 5 mm spots on the scrotum or the vulva, ranging in colour from red to black, with a potentially rough or scaly surface. Angiokeratomas are in fact dilated cutaneous capillaries that can easily bleed if scratched or harmed. Appearing on the scrotum or the …

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Female Genitalia Angiokeratoma The most common type of angiokeratoma or angiokeratoma of Fordyce is a genital skin condition that can appear in the male and female genitalia on the scrotum, vulva or on the labials. The female genitalia angiokeratomas are papular lesions that appear as small dark red to purple raised spots. These genital skin bumps are …

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