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Blood Spots Campbell de Morgan Spots

  • 30 min
  • 75 British pounds
  • Location 1

Service Description

Campbell de Morgan Spots Named after Campbell Grieg De Morgan (1811-1876) a British surgeon who was the first to note them, in medical literature these vascular blemishes are also known as Cherry Angioma or Blood Spots. They present themselves as slightly raised or dome shaped and are of unknown origin. They are mostly seen on the trunk in middle aged and elderly clients and are even more common in men than women. They are treated with Diathermy only. Larger ones (50p size+) will need more than one treatment. Smaller ones often disappear at time of treatment. Please get in touch and email photos to theeastwoodretreat@gmail.com prior to booking an appointment. Please let us know if you are taking any medication or if you have any medical conditions so we can ensure suitability for treatment Price includes a post treatment check up


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