Skin Diseases

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Common skin conditions that may need treatment due to pain, infection, bleeding, further diagnosis include chronic skin lesions, moles, skin tags, condyloma, lipomas or cysts.

Moles/skin cancer

Moles are slightly raised or flat areas of dark pigment on the skin. Most moles do not need to be removed. However, if you notice a mole is changing in appearance, color, size or begins to bleed, it may be important to have the mole biopsied or removed. Sometimes moles are unsightly or rub against areas that come in contact with clothing and can be removed for these reasons.


A lipoma is a soft fatty lump. It is a non-cancerous (benign) growth made up from fat cells that clump together. A lipoma can occur in any part of the body where there are fat cells. Sometimes it can cause an undesired cosmetic look or can even cause pain.


A sebaceous cyst is a smooth, usually round lump underneath the skin. It happens whe5n the skin folds in on itself and forms a capsule containing body oil and dead skin cells. Cysts can grow slowly over time and become larger. Sometimes they drain a thick, cheese-like fluid. Cysts can become infected, painful and red but are benign.

Skin tags

Skin tags are small, flesh colored papules on a stalk that are often located in skin folds. Common areas include the neck, groin, armpit or areas of friction. They are benign lesions and usually do not cause issues. Sometimes they can become painful or a nuisance if they are in an area of friction or rub against clothing.


Anogenital warts are small, flesh colored lesions in the anogenital area. They can be transmitted sexually. They are associated with types of HPV. They can become irritated and bleed. Warts can be treated with electrocautery or laser.

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