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An increase in the size of small blood vessels underneath the skin, causing redness and a “broken veins” appearance.  It most frequently occurs on the nose and cheeks.  There can be no obvious cause for telangiectasia, or it can be due to a number of years of excessive alcohol consumption, the skin condition rosacea, over exposure to sunlight, or a connective tissue disease such as dermatomyositis.

Telangiectasia is not a cause for concern, but if very unattractive, the veins can be removed in certain cases by electro desiccation (electrical destruction of the upper layers of the skin) or by laser treatment.

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