Dr. Pimple Popper removed 307 'barnacles of aging' from a woman with seriously a impressive pain tolerance

Business Insider | 1/11/2019 | Caroline Praderio, INSIDER
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"Dr. Pimple Popper" — the TLC show starring dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee — has returned for a second season.

The second episode featured a woman with hundreds of seborrheic keratoses, common skin growths that are sometimes called "barnacles of aging."

Lee - Growths - Procedure

Lee removed the growths with a freezing procedure known to be deeply painful.

The patient, Pat, withstood the removal of more than 300 spots — something Lee said she'd never seen in her career.

Hiatus - Dr - Pimple - Popper - TV

After a months-long hiatus, Dr. Pimple Popper is finally back on TV. The beloved YouTuber and dermatologist (real name: Dr. Sandra Lee) returned to TLC for the second season of her TV series, also titled "Dr. Pimple Popper."

The season's second episode, which aired Thursday night, showcased one woman with extraordinary tolerance for pain during a procedure to remove common skin growths.

Look - Case

Here's a closer look at her case.

Pat sought Dr. Lee's help for "rapidly spreading moles"

Interview - Segment - Pat - Lee - Opinion

In an interview segment, Pat, 66, said she was seeking Lee's expert opinion on what seemed to be "rapidly growing moles."

The dark brown spots first started appearing when Pat was in her mid-20s, but later spread across her neck, temples, chest, and abdomen. They also itched, stung, and got caught on her clothes.

Years - Concern - Pat - Dad - Cancer

"During the three last years, they've spread very rapidly, and that's a concern for me," Pat said. "My dad who passed away, he had skin cancer, so always at the back of my mind is the thought of skin cancer. I'd just like to know what is causing these moles."

In the exam room, Lee told Pat that her "moles" weren't really moles at all. They were a type of growth called sebhorreic keratoses (singular: seborrheic keratosis).

Spots - Warts - Skin - Cancer - Academy

These common spots may seem like warts or skin cancer, but they're completely harmless, according to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). It's still not clear why they occur,...
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