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xanthelasma

what does xanthelasma look like?


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Hi,

Xanthelasma appears to be yellowish plaques (elevated hard lesions ) that may occur in patches or as confluent lesions in the areas surrounding the eyes. They may be associated with increased cholesterol or lipid levels in the blood.

Here is a suggested url with images of xanthelasma:

http://www.dermatlas.org/derm/result.cfm?Diagnosis=1522217388
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