Xanthelasma is a bright yellow spot of cholesterol deposits under the skin. It is most common around the inner canthus of the eyelid, more often on the upper lid than the lower lid. Xanthelasma is more frequent in middle-aged and older adults and is caused by excessive levels of cholesterol or other lipids in the blood.
The patches do not fade away on their own. It will either stay the same size or increase gradually over time.
Consult your Dermatologist Dr. Deepam Shah if you find growths on your eyelids and want them removed.
When one notices early warning symptoms of cholesterol buildup on their blood vessels, they should consider seeing a doctor for Xanthelasma.
Xanthelasma may also be a marker of underlying vascular heart disease.
It may create sticky hard muck known as plaque in arteries if it is ignored.
Who are the Persons likely to Suffer from Xanthelasma:
Dietary restrictions, systemic medication, topical therapy, the use of energy-based devices, and surgery are among alternatives for treating xanthelasma.
Side effects are generally mild.
Xanthelasma is normally harmless, however it may be distressing for some individuals. It might be an indication of a fundamental problem with one’s lipid levels. It might also be an indication of an underlying heart condition.
For the treatment of Xanthelasma, it is best to visit a registered dermatological clinic to treat this condition.
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