- Dr. Pimple Popper attacked a steatocystoma on a woman’s chest in her latest Instagram video.
- The cyst produces a stream of white goo after Dr. Pimple Popper squeezes it.
- Dr. Pimple Popper also points out that many patients develop multiple steatocystomas.
Dr. Pimple Popper (a.k.a. Sandra Lee, MD) is back today with a super gnarly video showing her removing a quarter-sized steatocystoma from a woman’s chest. (This definitely isn’t her first.) And this one is a cream-filled gusher.
“SURPRISE! 🎉 Here’s a little steatocystoma for everyone that loves the steato’s! ❤️ #drpimplepopper”
“I was going to have some soup for lunch, but I think I might opt for something a little more solid,” one fan commented.
In the video, Dr. P goes to work on the woman’s chest by creating an incision and squeezing out steatocystoma. Spoiler alert: off-white goo comes streaming out.
“You never squeeze any of these, huh? And you have a couple on your thigh?” she says to her patient, who mentions she has another on her side near her bra strap.
“This is what’s called a steatocystoma. It’s a type of cyst,” she says in the video. “It’s like a little sac.”
Once she’s done squeezing, Dr. P goes to work removing the sac with scissors and tweezers to remove it.
“The other ones were more like hair bumps,” her patient says. “A little hair in them, maybe? Yes!” says Dr. P.
She continues to talk to her patient about steatocystomas, and encourages her patient to watch some other videos on her YouTube channel of her removing them.
“These steatocystomas, some people that get them get a bunch of them,” she says. “We might turn you into a Popaholic.”
Off-camera she stitches her patient up, and this girl is good to go, cyst-free.
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