Seborrhoeic Keratoses (SKs)

  • common benign (non-cancerous) growths that can occur almost anywhere on the skin
  • usually beginning as small, rough bumps, SKs tend to eventually thicken and develop a warty surface
  • the exact cause remains unknown but they seem to run in families
  • although these growths develop on both sun-exposed and non sun-exposed skin, some studies have suggested that sun-exposure may play a role
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Seborrhoeic Keratoses