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Solar Keratosis Treatments

January 29, 2012

Solar or actinic keratosis are scaly, rough spots which occur on skin damaged by sunlight. These are distinct from other keratosis forms, such as porokeratosis, keratosis pilaris and sebhorrheic keratosis. Solar keratoses are due to abnormal development of skin cells exposed to ultraviolet radiation. They are known as precursors to cancer development. Even though solar [...]

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Top Ten Keratosis Treatments

January 20, 2012

Actinic Keratosis occurs when abnormal cells get confined to the top layer of skin (epidermis). Keratoses of actinic nature will develop in areas of skin such as ears, hands, arms, face and scalp, which are exposed to the sun. They are both red and scaly patches that are rough to touch. Abbreviated as KP, Kelatoris [...]

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