Gamyinvareba skin

Gamyinvareba skin (synonym of gematologia skin), a benign tumor, resulting from prenatal developmental disorders of the lymphatic and blood vessels. Gamyinvareba skin occurs in early childhood, with age slowly growing in size; usually localized in the neck, the hands, the lateral surfaces of the body, sometimes on the mucous membrane of the oral cavity. There are three forms of gamblingonline skin: surface, cavernous and giant. Surface gamyinvareba skin - limited education from wrong, but clear contours, consisting of grouped pseudomusaria located on slightly compacted base and contains lymph mixed with blood. Cavernous gamyinvareba skin, or of skin and subcutaneous) - bluish color dense, painless education, consisting of varicose lymphatic and blood vessels. Giant gamyinvareba skin - large size deeply located tumor.
Treatment for appointment of a surgeon: electrocoagulation, cryotherapy (freezing), surgical excision, radiotherapy.