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Cyst is nothing but a small abnormal growth on the skin that takes the shape of blister or pimple. This woman carried 3 cysts over her scalp. And for the same, Dr. Sandra Lee dragged out these revolting blisters from her scalp and relieved the patient from it.
Here are the few glimpses of woman’s suffering and her recovery.
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A woman with the three lumps on her scalp came to the Dr. Sandra Lee, a dermatologist, skin physician and surgeon who works in Upland, California. There Dr. Lee mentioned that she had already been treated for five such cysts from her body in the last few years.
In the beginning Dr. Lee provided anaesthesia or oral sedations to the woman's head for keeping it dazed during treatment.
Then after injecting wound with anaesthesia, Dr. Lee squeezed the incision and started applying pressure on the first cyst.
When she cut the first growth, a mass of white pus prompted out. And so after that, she stitched up the first wound and moved towards the second one.
The second cyst appeared to be small but the swelling on woman's head carried a lot of pus. And this time, it was grey-shaded pus. The incision done with the scalpel also ripped off a white colored vesicle or sac.
The sacs were suffused by sebum and wet stiff skin cells. The picture shows Dr. Lee dragging up one of the pilar cyst. And then sewed up the second wound and moved towards the last and the largest blister.
As the Dr. Lee jiggled the scalpel inside the cut and pulled out the last growth which looked like a big streaked slug. She finally took up a huge needle and stitched up the last wound taking care of woman's hair.
Dr. Sandra Lee explained that she always shows the cysts to the patients to let them know about what they carry with themselves. Zooming the cysts also helped in realizing the cysts as white dirty pebbles and gave them names as olive like cyst, dehydrated grape.
Just like earlier videos of Dr. Lee, this one too gained 215,000 views. Therefore, she mentioned that 'pimple porn' plays a positive role in the field of dermatology and encourages people to get rid of their blisters or cysts.