Small Skin tags or DPNs (Dermatosis Papulosis Nigra) as they are known in medical terminology, are small raised lesions seen predominantly on the face, neck, and the underarm region. They may have a genetic predisposition, and are more commonly noted in persons with a family history of diabetes and or/ insulin resistance. They can easily be removed using dermatosurgical techniques. Though the most common techniques use radio frequency energy and/ or electrocautery, simple superficial excision offers more elegant results without any scarring at all.
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