skin tags

<dermatology> A small outgrowth of epidermal and dermal tissue that may be pedunculated, smooth or irregular, flesh-coloured and benign. ... Occur most often on the eyelids, neck and axillae, but may be seen almost anywhere on the skin. Most do not require treatment unless they are cosmetically displeasing. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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Skin Tags

Small, flesh colored , benign growths. Some pregnant women develop tiny polyps in areas where skin rubs on clothing or skin rubs together. These are known as skin tags. They are commonly found under the arms, between neck folds, or under bra lines on the chest, skin tags are caused by hyperactive growth of a superficial layer of skin. They disappe....
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Skin Tags

A skin tag, also known as an achrochordon, is a benign growth of skin that is connected to the body by a short stalk. Skin tags are found most commonly on the armpits, neck, and groin. People who develop skin tags tend to get more as they grow older. Skin tags can be surgically removed. Illustration of a Skin Tag
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skin tags

soft, small, flesh colored skin flaps on the neck, armpits, or groin.
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skin tags

soft, small, flesh colored skin flaps on the neck, armpits, or groin.
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skin tags

soft, small, flesh-colored skin flaps on the neck, armpits, or groin.
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