• In a new YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper removes a large bump on a woman’s leg.
• Dr. Lee says the patient has been dealing with the lump for close to five years.
• She adds that the bump is reminiscent of a skin tag, and compares it to a large “jelly fish” shaped lipoma.
In her latest YouTube video, Dr. Pimple Popper—aka, dermatologist and TLC host Dr. Sandra Lee, MD—removes a large bump on the back of a woman’s leg. In the video, Dr. Lee mentions that the patient has been dealing with the bump for close to five years, but that thankfully, it’ll be easy to take care of.
Uses her scalpel, she traces around the edge of the bump, mentioning that it’s like a large skin tag or lipoma. “It’s like a jellyfish,” she says, “I should start calling them jellyfish lipomas.”
Given the size of the lipoma, Dr. Pimple Popper removes it with relative ease. The patient mentions that it’s hindered her ability to wear certain types of clothing, and Dr. Lee adds that she’ll now be able to wear a bathing suit in public without feeling self-conscious.
And if you enjoyed watching the bump get removed, you’re apparrently in luck: Before the video ends, Dr. Pimple Popper reveals that a patient coming onto her TLC show is dealing with a similar growth, but one that’s nearly three times the size and “hanging from his inner thigh.” You’ll have to wait until season three returns to catch that procedure. Until then, you can watch the most recent video here: