Xanthomas can differ in terms of size. The growth may range from the size of a pinhead to that of a grape, yellow or orange-colored flat bumps under the skin. While these don't result in any pain, they could be sensitive and cause itchiness. Such clusters of growth can be seen on a common area of the skin or in numerous individual growths on the body.
Risk Factors for xanthoma tuberosum entail all of the Medical Conditions Enlisted Below:
1. Hyperlipidemia or otherwise known as levels of high blood cholesterol
2. Hypothyroidism, a condition where the thyroid fails to continue the production of hormones
3. Primary Boluses Cirrhosis, the slow destruction of bile ducts in the liver
4. Cholestasis, a condition where the supply of bile from the liver slows down or ultimately stops.
5. Nephrotic Syndrome, a disorder in which the blood vessels in the kidneys are damaged.
6. Hematologic disease, a genetic condition affecting the ability of the body to break substances in order to sustain crucial bodily functions, like digestion of fats.
7. Cancer, a severe condition where the growth of malignant cells is rapid and uncontrolled.
8. Side effects of particular medications, like Tamoxifen, Prednisone, Cyclosporine
9. High Triglyceride Levels
Fatty growths develop underneath the skin. These growths can appear anywhere on the body, especially in the joints (knees and elbows, feet, hands and buttocks)
Fatty growths develop underneath the skin
Surgical removal,Laser surgery,Chemical treatment with trichloroacetic acid