Dr. Pimple Popper Pops a ‘Broccoli Head’ Lipoma From A Patient’s Arm

By | April 23, 2020
  • Dr. Pimple Popper is back with a patient’s arm lipoma that looks just like a head of broccoli.
  • A lipoma forms when an overgrowth of fat cells creates a lump under the skin.
  • Not only does this patient have a ‘broccoli head’ lipoma, he’s got several other growths as well.

    In her latest YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper is bringing back some good old lipoma pops. These fatty growth that form under the skin offer some of the chunkiest pops the dermatologist does, and her latest is no exception. Dr. Pimple Popper — who’s real name is Dr. Sandra Lee — has several lipomas to squeeze on her patient, but one in particular stands out from the others.

    Dr. Lee starts the video with an incision already made on her patient’s arm and uses a cautery pen to help stop some of the bleeding. As it eases, she goes in for the lipoma kill. Squeezing either side of the under-the-skin bump tightly, the growth begins to emerge in all of its lumpy, fatty glory. While it may not be squishy, the bumpy exterior of this lipoma looks just like a lumpy head of steamed broccoli.

    Dr. Lee explains that the lipoma was situated next to a vein which is causing excess bleeding from the removal process, but it will stop once she’s all done. When asked about the size of the lipoma by the patient, Dr. Lee assures him that it’s large enough to not be edited out of the video and moves on to the others.

    If you want to see Dr. Pimple Popper’s ‘broccoli’ lipoma pop, you can check out her YouTube video below.

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