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A cherry angioma is a tuft of blood vessels that form a bright red bump on the skin.
Cherry angiomas are a normal feature of the skin. They usually form in increasing numbers after the age of 30.
Most people will develop cherry angiomas as they age.
Cherry Angioma: Symptoms & Signs
Author: Lynn West, MD Reviewer: Gail Hendrickson, RN, BS Date Reviewed: 07/24/01