• In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper turns Pokemon trainer to remove lipomas.
  • Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, MD, jokes that the fatty bits are shaped like little Pokemon.
  • She has to pop multiple growths from beneath the skin in order to "catch 'em all."

In one of her latest Instagram uploads, Dr. Pimple Popper is at it again removing lipomas from a patients arm. However, according to the TLC star who's real name is Dr. Sandra Lee, these baby lipomas look just enough like oddly-shaped creature to turn her from a dermatologist into a Pokemon trainer. Because she's got to "catch" all these growths.

The short Instagram video is a small snippet of a larger video uploaded to her exclusive, members-only platform , but the popping action is still in full force. Dr. Lee must remove a multitude of small lipomas (fatty growths beneath the skin) from her patient's forearm. In the footage, the good doctor has marked several removal sites for squeezes and made a single incision already. Meticulously, she begins to squeeze and maneuver the fatty growth until it emerges in a cloud-like shape that, according to Dr. Lee, resembles a Pokemon. She sets out to catch 'em all.

While many of Dr. Lee's short Instagram clips feature just a single pop, her Pokemon-themed squeezes give fans plenty of bursting material. Like a Pokemon trainer for lipomas, Dr. Lee squeezes all of her patients growths free, securing in one in their own pokeball. Okay, so she doesn't put them in pokeballs, but she does catch 'em all.

If you want to see more of Dr. Lee's Pokemon lipomas, you can join her All Access site for $2.99 per month or check out the short clip on her Instagram below.