Cutaneous Papilloma

 

Cutaneous papilloma refers to a small skin tag with or without a stalk or a peduncle, appearing on any part of the skin of the body, from eyelids, to the neck, to armpits, to the upper chest and groin. Being a benign condition that it is, cutaneous papilloma is a very small tumor of the skin which generally does not causes any symptoms unless they are repetitively irritated by the collar, for instance. The most reasonable treatment is done through freezing it off with liquid nitrogen or by cutting it off with scissors or a scalpel, if it is irritating or is not required cosmetically.

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