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- In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper a lipoma that sticks to a woman's back.
- Dr. Lee removes the stubborn growth in a long piece that resembles a magician's infinite handkerchief.
- A lipoma is a fat-free, non-cancerous growth that grows between the skin and muscle.
Abrakadabra! In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper – also known as a dermatologist and TLC moderator Dr. Sandra Lee – a stubborn lipoma that sticks to a woman's back. This lipoma was developed by Dr. Nicknamed The Magician & # 39; s Handkerchief – and for good reason. It just keeps coming back.
In the clip, Dr. Lee made an incision along the length of the large lipoma located just below the patient's neck on her back. The famous dermatologist then uses her fingers to loosen the growth of the internal structures and wiggles her finger between the patient's skin and the fat mass. Dr. Lee can hook her finger into the lipoma and pull the growth out of the incision. But the lipoma is not easy. Instead of coming out in a big lump like lipomas, growth comes out in one long piece, similar to a magician's endless handkerchief.
"Why is it so stretchy ?!" A fan expressed dismay. Another added: "What a difficult question!" This mega mass has certainly triggered a fight.
A lipoma is a fatty, non-cancerous growth that grows between the skin and muscle. It is usually a yellowish-orange color and often occurs in this precarious spot on the neck.
Watch Dr. Lee waves her wand and makes this lipoma disappear in the following clip: