Minor surgery to remove a skin tag

Minor surgery to remove a skin tag

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Caption: Minor surgery to remove a skin tag. General practice doctor operating to remove a skin tag on a woman's back. A skin tag (acrochordon) is a small, brown or flesh-coloured, protruding flap of skin that occurs either spontaneously or during healing of a wound. A type of benign tumour, it is harmless and can be easily removed by a doctor.

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