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Tiny reddish raised spots on skin that spread all over the body. What is this ?

Hello, My husband recently has had a wide range of tiny raised aboved the skin spots. they are a little reddish, but he is dark so mostly skin colored. They don t seem to bug him but it is spreading more and some are bigger than others. It ranges from his neck , chest , back and stomach all the way down to some parts of his upper legs. He isn t allergic to anything that we know of or using anything to cause a reaction. what could this be?
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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hello and welcome to HCM
dear madam. depending on the age of your husband it may be cherry angiomas which are typically like skin spots and are present all over the body. they are harmless and may b left alone or treated by electrodissection or laser removal. please get a liver function test for him
thank you and take care
dr satya
Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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