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FREE subscriptions for doctors and students Xanthelasma are xanthoma that appear as yellowish plaques or nodules in the subcutaneous tissues in the periorbital region. They represent an accumulation of lipid-containing macrophages in the dermis. Treatment options include laser therapy, electrodessication followed by curettage, cautious application of trichloracetic acid using a cotton wool bud and excision this latter option is rarely performed.
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Cholesterol deposits in the eyes: Symptoms and treatment
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Want to disguise, minimise or even remove puffy, baggy eyes? We all accumulate unwanted baggage on the journey through life, but the sort under the eyes is among the most unwelcome. So first things first: why do we get eye bags? In other cases, the fat pads become visible when collagen and elastin begin breaking down.
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Back to Heart and lungs. These markings, called xanthelasmata, are mostly made up of cholesterol and can be treated cosmetically, but are also a warning sign of raised cholesterol. This study examined the association between these deposits and heart disease, by recruiting 12, Danish people in the s, 4. The findings will come as no surprise to the medical profession, as xanthelasmata are known to be cholesterol deposits.
Xanthelasma xanthelasma palpebrarum is a skin condition that develops flat yellow growths on the eyelids. Xanthelasma is often seen in people with high cholesterol or other fat lipid levels in the blood, and the lesions contain deposits that are high in fat lipid-rich. Xanthelasma can occur in people of any race and of either sex. However, females seem to be more frequently affected than males. In addition, it is unusual for a child or teenager to develop xanthelasma; most individuals develop the condition in middle age.
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