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Treatment of seborrhoeic keratoses

Treatment of seborrhoeic keratoses

Treatment of seborrhoeic keratoses

Treatment of seborrhoeic keratoses

Operations and procedures

Treatment is usually not required unless the growths become irritated or have become unsightly on the face or other exposed area of the body. They may be removed with surgery or freezing (cryotherapy). Removing the growths is a simple procedure and usually does not leave any scarring.

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