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Seborrheic keratoses should be removed by a medical professional, according to Patient. They are always benign and only need to be removed for cosmetic purposes or because they cause discomfort when rubbing against cloth... More »

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A seborrheic keratosis is a noncancerous skin growth often seen on older adults, states Mayo Clinic. It is typically black, brown or tan, and it appears on the face, back, shoulders or chest. Multiple growths are typical... More »

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Treatment options for seborrheic keratosis include cryosurgery, curettage, electrocautery and ablation, according to Mayo Clinic. However, treatment of seborrheic keratosis is usually not necessary because it is often ha... More »

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Treatment options for seborrheic keratosis include cryosurgery, curettage, electrocautery and ablation, according to Mayo Clinic. However, treatment of seborrheic keratosis is usually not necessary because it is often ha... More »

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According to Drugs.com, seborrheic keratoses, noncancerous, benign tumors caused by the abnormal growth of skin cells, do not normally require any treatment; however, they can be surgically removed if they become irritat... More »

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Actinic keratoses are rough, scaly lesions that develop on the skin after years of exposure to ultraviolet rays, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. They typically appear on the scalp, face, hands and lips. More »

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Medical uses of liquid nitrogen include cryosurgery, which is the removing of skin growths such as warts and precancerous growths such as actinic keratoses, according to the Permanente Medical Group. Doctors also use the... More »

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