Keratosis: Overview

Modified on 2009/10/14 21:39 by admin
Seborrheic Keratoses are brown, black or flesh-colored growths on the skin. They can appear anywhere on the skin but mainly are found on the torso and temples. They occur more frequently in middle-aged and older people and vary widely in size and growth rate. Generally, these wart-like growths look like they were glued or stuck onto the skin and have a flat, waxy surface. Exposure to arsenic may cause such growths.

See Also

  1. Skin Disorders: Overview
  2. Arsenic
  3. Cabot-Koppers, Gainesville
  4. Clair-Mel City Central Service Yard: Overview
  5. Coronet Industries - Plant City, Florida
  6. Geneva Steel - Vineyard, Utah
  7. Landia Chemical Company: Overview
  8. Lipari Landfill: Overview
  9. Natick Laboratory - Natick, Massachusetts
  10. Prairie Grove, Arkansas
  11. Skyway Trap and Skeet Club - St. Petersburg, Florida: Overview
  12. Spring Valley: Overview
  13. Stauffer Chemical: Overview
  14. Sydney Tar Ponds: Overview
  15. Wingate Landfill - Fort Lauderdale
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