Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of keratosis.

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Examples

  • Over 90 percentofpeople with Cowdensyndrome (CS) have macrocephaly and skin changes, such as trichilemmomas, papillomatous papules, and acral or plantar keratoses (thickened skin or callouses on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet), by the time they are in their late 20s.

    PTEN Hamartoma Tumor syndrome

  • Mucocutaneous lesions: trichilemmomas (facial), acral keratoses, papillomatous lesions, and/or mucosal lesions

    PTEN Hamartoma Tumor syndrome

  • In addition to early squamous cell carcinomas — a cancer that's usually curable — he has been treated for half a dozen of these precancers, called actinic keratoses.

    Doctors can treat skin precancer before it turns deadly

  • This could be effective as a treatment for actinic keratoses or to reduce nonmelanoma skin cancers.

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  • Remember, I use 30% TCA peels to remove actinic keratoses, possible skin precancers.

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  • This is a common treatment for actinic keratoses utilizing liquid nitrogen the same chemical that makes dry ice in a freezing cold spray.

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  • Some studies have suggested that actinic keratoses can also give rise to basal cell carcinoma, but more research needs to be done.

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  • For patients who have had skin cancer or a lot of sun damage and actinic keratoses, I recommend getting PDT three times a year.

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  • I make milia which I discussed earlier in this chapter, but many people make seborrheic keratoses.

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  • When I see a large area of actinic keratoses, I use a less invasive course of treatment on it.

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