EXCLUSIVE - Removing Extensive Xanthelasma Before Her Daughter's Wedding: Part 1
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This patient has Xanthelasma Palpebrarum (Xanthelasma, for short). It is the most common type of xanthoma, occurs on the upper and/or lower eyelids, and are described as soft, chamois colored or yellowish orange bumps. They tend to increase in number, can get larger over time, and are permanent unless they are surgically removed as you see here. It can be seen in people with high cholesterol levels, so when someone has such growths, we usually make sure that their cholesterol levels are normal and under control.
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