Dr. Pimple Popper Episode 2 Features A Cyst That Looks Like A Unicorn Horn
Luckily, at Pat’s consultation, Dr. Lee knows right away that her condition is a form of
seborrheic keratosis, a fairly common, wart-like skin growth. “This is definitely a presentation of seborrheic keratosis,” Dr. Lee says, examining Pat’s neck. “The thing is that Pat has
so many, we may not be able to remove all of them.” In surgery, Dr. Lee sprays the affected areas of skin with concentrated liquid nitrogen, which essentially freezes off the spots, but the sensation while spraying is so cold that it hurts.