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Seborrheic Keratosis

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  • These are raised, thickened skin plaques, usually beige to brown in color, with a velvety or warty surface.  Each one usually varies in size from a few millimeters up to one inch.  They appear as if pasted or stuck on the skin and are often numerous.

  • They may be frozen with liquid nitrogen, or cut off if they are itchy or inflamed.  In most cases, they have no symptoms and are a cosmetic problem that does not require treatment.

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