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  • n. Plural form of lentigo.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of lentigo, 1.


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  • Preexisting brown spots benign nevi and lentigines, or freckles were lasered and later tested to see if they were converted into cancerous lesions.

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  • However, the brown spots seen in this image will eventually come to the surface in the form of solar lentigines, more commonly known as freckles or "liver spots".

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  • "Solar lentigines have a larger number of pigment cells and the pigment goes deeper," Goodlerner says.

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  • Technically, these changes in skin color are called senile or solar lentigines and they're usually brought on by sun exposure.

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  • Older treatments — such as peeling agents like trichloroacetic acid — also take off lentigines, says Goodlerner, but they are not as predictable as lasers, which go deeper into the skin.

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  • The official name for your liver spots is hyperpigmented lentigines.


  • Almost everybody can acquire age spots, which also goes by the name liver spots, sun spots or solar lentigines.


  • Using its Penetrating Therapeutics ™ technologies, Obagi Medical's products are designed to improve penetration of agents across the skin barrier for common and visible skin conditions in adult skin including chloasma, melasma, senile lentigines, acne vulgaris and sun damage. Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • Age spots, also known as liver spots and solar lentigines, are areas of increased pigmentation on the face, hands, shoulders, tops of feet, or arms that are not cancer, but they sure are not attractive either.


  • These are commonly known as age spots, liver spots, sun spots, freckles or lentigines.

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