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Cortisone injections for benign skin lesions

This procedure involves injecting the skin lesion with a steroid solution, to reduce its appearance and reduce symptoms such as itching or pain. The steroid preparation most commonly used in this procedure is called triamcinolone acetonide. It works in several different ways, but is particularly useful in the treatment of warts, benign tumours and various lesions of the skin as it helps to suppress inflammation and reduce the amount of collagen, forming within the skin. There is no special preparation needed when administering this treatment in clinic and after the treatment you can return to your everyday activities with no clinical downtime. Depending on the skin condition being treated, further treatment sessions may be advised, several weeks apart.


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