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What is Lipoma? How Does it Treat?

What is Lipoma?  The painless swelling of the fat tissues found in all parts of our body except the scalp is called the sebaceous gland (Lipoma).  Lipomas can also be described as benign tumors.  Lipomas are adipose tissues.  It is found under the skin.  It has a soft structure that …

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What Are the Current Varicose Treatments?

In this article, The current varicose vein treatment techniques will be discussed. Varicose veins are initially removed from the body by surgical techniques. There are various surgeries developed for this purpose. Nowadays, with the development of non-surgical techniques, the application of surgical techniques has decreased considerably. However, there are still …

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Varicose Veins and Degrees And Classification

Varicose veins, due to the deterioration and wear of the valves on the vein, the dirty blood is waiting in the vessel to expand the structural damage in the vessels. Extensions formed in veins are called varicose veins. Varicose veins are examined in 3 groups. These are capillaries, medium and …

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Why Callus Occur? How Does it Pass?

Although callus is not a serious disease, it is a problem affecting quality of life. Especially calluses which are formed in the feet and which are advanced can cause difficulty in walking. What is Callus? Callus is the simplest definition and thickening of the skin. However, not every skin thickening …

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What is Hemangioma?

What is Hemangioma?   Hemangioma is a benign vascular tumor that occurs from birth. The vein is also called moles. Vascular moles are reddish or purplish in color. Fluffy or superficial hemangiomas of the skin. Some lesions can be deeply located.   Vascular moles are formed due to the aggregation …

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How to Remove Nevus (Moles)?

How to Remove Moles? In this article, we will talk about how to get treated of the moles which found in many people. The method by which moles are taken is very important in terms of whether or not there is a trace. Therefore, after decidingto do the treatment, the …

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