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Seborrhoeic warts are non-cancerous (benign) warty growths that occur on the skin. They usually do not require treatment. Seborrhoeic warts are also known as seborrhoeic keratoses. In the past they were also called senile warts. They usually look like greasy or crusty spots which seem to be stuck on to the skin. The colour varies but usually they are darkish brown or black.
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