Hepatitis B has been in antiviral therapy for many years, and all indicators are normal. Recently, a spider like nevus has been found on the left hand. It is not sure whether it is spider nevus. It seems indistinct around the symptoms of dilated blood vessels. Which doctor would like to help me to see if it is spider nevus?
Judging from the picture symptoms, it is not ruled out as the early symptoms of spider nevus. In addition, it may also be. For the problem of subcutaneous bleeding points, it is suggested that the daily diet should be light and avoid spicy and irritating food. It should be carried out in the hospital in the near future. Liver function and color Doppler ultrasound examination of liver.
The shape in this picture should not be a spider mole. If it is suspected to be a spider mole, you can also press the center point with a blunt cotton swab to see if it will disappear. If it disappears, it may be a spider mole. If it is not clear, you should go to the hospital.
Hello, spider nevus is common on the skin surface of patients with chronic hepatitis, but it may also appear occasionally in healthy people, pregnant women and teenagers. From the picture you provided, it is not very typical. You can press the central red dot with the tip of your pen. If the surrounding red halo disappears, release the press and appear again, you can judge that it is a spider mole.