ACROCHORDONS, CUTANEOUS PAPILLOMA
What are skin tags?
These are benign or non cancerous growths of the skin which commonly appear as small pieces of hanging skin. They can grow to a large size. The skin of the tag is commonly wrinkled on close inspection and can be either the same colour as the surrounding skin or slightly darker.
Who often gets them?
Any person can get a skin tag Common sites of occurrence include the neck, armpits, under the breasts, groins, eyelids. You may want to have them removed because it is unsightly or because it itches or catches on clothing or while shaving