Campbell de Morgan’s spots
A little (1-3mm), domed, bright red spot, also known as cherry anigoma, that appears on the limbs or trunk. A Campbell de Morgan’s spot is a type of haemangioma (a noncancerous blemish). The spots are harmless. They are created by weakening of the walls of capillaries in the dermis (the inner layer of the skin). Campbell de Morgan’s spots are frequent in adults, especially elder people.