• In a new YouTube video, Dr. Sandra Lee – also known as dr. Pimple Popper – the superficial breast cyst of a patient bursting the sack.
• A superficial cyst is in or just below the skin.
Today we learned a new piece of dermatology terminology (we are poets and did not even know it). The term? "Superficial cyst".
That's what the dermatologist and TLC star Dr. Sandra Lee – also known as dr. Pimple Popper – covered in a new YouTube video released Wednesday. In this video, Lee treats a patient with a superficial cyst on her chest.
What is a superficial cyst?
A superficial cyst, according to MedicineNet, is a cyst located in or just below the skin. (Meaningful, as "superficial" literally means "near-surface.")
As with many of Lee's cyst videos, she first makes an incision over the cyst. Then she squeezes the opening and releases the crispy contents. (To be honest, we would have wished for a little more gunk to come out in this particular video, but we'll take what we can get.) When she's done deleting the content, Lee snaps the sack prevent the cyst from returning.
"When I was a kid, I thought that the best job in the world for me was either a vet or an astronaut, obviously I was wrong because THIS is the WORLD'S BEST job! :)", said one Viewers commented.
The best part of the video is at the very end when Lee shows the sack and its previous content. Is not it strangely satisfying to see everything so presented? No? We are just extremely twisted? All right.
Watch the video here: