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Image Number 1106 (Seborrhoeic keratosis)


Diagnosis: Seborrhoeic keratosis

Site: Forehead

Sex: M

Age: 66


Description: Multiple thick, greasy verrucous plaques

Submitted by: Ted Rosen

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Differential Diagnosis

History: One year history of slowly growing, asymptomatic lesion on the forehead, with several additional ones at hairline. Typical seborrheic keratosis, although similarity to sebaceous nevus in large lesion was sufficient to warrant a small punch biopsy. The latter verified SK as correct diagnosis. Patient did not desire removal, just reassurance that the lesion was benign.

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