Go Teleangiectasia treatment


Telangiectasia is a persistent, usually uneven expansion of the lumen of the small superficial blood and lymphatic vessels of the skin or mucous membranes. Telangiectasia is usually localized on the skin of the face, legs, and has the appearance of a bluish-red spot with well visible intertwining threadlike stripes that disappear when pressed. Most often congenital telangiectasia; rarely appear in old age in people who have been in the open air for a long time, as well as in various diseases (hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver , heart disease, atherosclerosis, etc.). Telangiectasia is often observed as one of the symptoms in various skin diseases.

Treatment: diathermocoagulation or cryotherapy ; Ultraviolet irradiation, steam baths, paraffin masks are contraindicated.