Electrolysis. Dermatologist carrying out short wave electrolylsis (electrocoagulation) treatment on a woman's neck. During the treatment radio waves are sent to the skin through a very thin needle. This causes proteins in the skin tissue to coagulate, killing the tissue. This treatment is used to treat telangiectasia, spider angioma (Nevus araneus), skin tags and to remove hair.
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