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Campbell De Morgan Cherry Angiomas or Blood Spots

Pregnancy Numbers increase with age, so factors associated with the ageing process may be relevant.

Single studies have reported increased incidence in tropical climates, diabetes, transplant patients and those who are immunocompromised.

Why do they appear?

• it is thought as many as 75% of those over 75 years old may have them.
• they increase in frequency and size with age.
• they increase in frequency from the age of 40.
• they are seen across all races and sexes.

Areas they are commonly found

• They can appear anywhere on your body, commonly they may occur anywhere but are most commonly found on the trunk.

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