Cherry Angiomas are small red bumps that appear spontaneously on the skin. They typically appear in middle age and will proliferate. Non‐laser treatment of cherry angiomas includes cryosurgery and electrosurgery.
Venous Lake Moles
A venous lake (which are also known as “Phlebectases” is a generally solitary, soft, compressible, dark blue to violaceous, papule commonly found on sun-exposed surfaces of the vermilion border of the lip, face and ears. Lesions generally occur among the elderly.
Poikiloderma (Red Neck)
Is a common, benign skin condition that mainly affects the skin on the sides of the neck and chest areas and it is more common with women. It characteristically spares the shaded area under the chin. The skin in the affected skin is red-brown with prominent hair follicles.
The frontal vein (supratrochlear vein) begins on the forehead in a venous plexus which communicates with the frontal branches of the superficial temporal vein. The veins converge to form a single trunk, which runs downward near the middle line of the forehead parallel with the vein of the opposite side. The two veins are joined, at the root of the nose, by a transverse branch, called the nasal arch, which receives some small veins from the dorsum of the nose.