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Key Features

  • Seborrheic keratoses are common, especially in the elderly and may be mistaken for melanomas or other types of cutaneous neoplasms

Clinical Findings

  • Seborrheic keratoses are benign plaques, beige to brown or even black, 3–20 mm in diameter, with a velvety or warty surface

  • They appear to be stuck or pasted onto the skin

Diagnosis

  • Clinical

Treatment

  • Although they may be frozen with liquid nitrogen or curetted if they itch or are inflamed, no treatment is needed

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