I just found on youtube a very interesting video where the guys from thebarnclinic.co.uk asked a ex patient a few things about her experience with cryotherapy. I suggest you all that are that are interested in cryotherapy to see this video and if now you are afraid of this procedure, after you will see it I’m 100% convinced that your fear will be gone. Patient: the worst part of cryotherapy was the injection. I’m surprised how easy was. I didn’t feelt any disconfort after the treatment. The next day I was fine.
There are a lot of patients that present dark irregular, sometimes inflamed seborrheic keratosis and are very worried that they are malignant melanomas. Seborrheic keratosis can show many of the features of melanoma including ineregular border and variable pigmentation. melanomas have a smooth surface and seborrheic keratosis presents uniform apperance on the entire surface. examination is very hepful. I recomment you to see this video that explain the differences between seborrheic keratosis and melanoma.
Seborrheic keratosis is also known as seborrheic verruca and is a skin condition that is not cancerous and don’t represent any danger for our health. Seborrheic keratosis is oftenly observed on older people, but that is not a rule. There are people with 20 years for example that are affected of seborrheic keratoses. The round or oval shaped spots appear in different colours from black to light tan and may be flat or a bit elevated with varying sizes ( 0.3 – 2.5 centimeters). Unlike warts, seborrheic keratoses growths don’t have viral origins. What are the causes of seborrheic kreatoses? [...]
Inflamed seborrheic keratosis is one of the numerous kinds of the seborrheic keratosis mostly characterized by too much itching of the whole human body. A slightest friction can cause itching hence result into its occurrence. Avoid wearing nylon clothes when you are suffering from the inflamed seborrheic keratosis. This is because nylon clothes cause too much irritation when they are rubbed touching the growth section. Other jewelry like the bracelets, necklaces and bangles can possibly cause itching on the growth hence it is advisable if you avoid using them when suffering from the seborrheic keratosis. Its signs and symptoms don’t [...]
What is facial seborrheic keratosis? Facial seborrheic keratosis is a benign skin growth which originates from the keratinocytes and is often termed as senile warts. They are non cancerous cells which develop on the facial skin mostly along with age and look like liver spots. These lesions vary in shape and sizes around 2.5 centimeters on an average and the color also differs from person to person within the shade of light tan to black. It resembles diseases like warts and melanoma skin cancer but is completely unrelated since only the top layer of epidermis is involved. It is not [...]
It is the desire of everyone to have good health. Good health is essential for someone in order to have a good life. Good health is seen from the skin and proper functioning of internal body organs. Skin health is essential. When someone looks good physically many people can admire. A skin disease can make someone feel uncomfortable in public. Clonal Seborrheic Keratosis is a skin disease that can make the skin look horrible.This disease develops on the epidermal cells found below the skin. The disease is found mostly in the areas that have hot scorching sun. Individuals from these [...]
Seborrheic keratoses are extremely benign, noninvasive and hyperplasic growths commonly found on the skin. This condition is most prevalent in individuals aged above 40 years. Most are located on the trunk but occasionally they occur on the proximal limbs and the genitalia. Seborrheic keratoses present as sharply marginated, square-shouldered, tan, brown, or black papules 10 to 15 mm wide and 2 to 10 mm tall. These attributes contribute to a characteristic stuck on appearance. The surface often contains visible scale and is often rough on palpation. However, in some instances, the surface has a smooth and waxy feeling. The cause [...]
Seborrheic keratosis is a noncancerous skin disease that affects or originates from the upper most layer of the skin. It specifically affects special skin cells found on the upper layer of the skin known as keratinocytes. This condition is painless and one can opt not to treat it. However, there is a danger of developing a complication of seborrheic keratosis if the condition is left untreated. A person with this skin condition usually has lesions on their back, chest, shoulders, face and other parts of the skin that are exposed to sunlight. The lesions of this medical condition have various [...]