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Black Spot on legs from last 2 years
I had this black spot on my legs from last two years. I met doctor ( Dermatologist) and he said it is seborrheic Keratosis. He applied liquid nitrogen once, after some time some part of it has fallen down about 80 % but not completely. I am attaching photo for your reference. 1 pic is prior to liquid Nitrogen given and in the 2 nd pic current position. My question is whether it is seborrheic keratosis and why it is growing back again on the same spot. Whether any thing serious?. Any further test needs to be done ? Pls help and guide .
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It's seborrhoeic keratosis..it can be cleared with laser... for detailed information do online consultation
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Can be removed with any scars and checked with a biopsy
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It is seborrheic keratosis. It can grow back if not completely removed.
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It is seborrheic keratosis. But need to be removed completely by cautery or cryotherapy
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No need to worry.specific treatment is available.it depends on severity of the disease . Complete medical history is required.. Pls do online consultation with Dermatologist for detailed prescription & guidance.,
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