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Cherry angiomas are benign, non worrisome, vascular growths which typically appear in adults over the age of 30. These blood vessel growths can range in color from pink to red to purple. They can range in size from pinhead sized to 1cm in diameter. Most commonly, they appear as red, dome shaped papules on the trunk. As they are harmless, no treatment is required. However, cherry angiomas can be treated or removed if bothersome or symptomatic.