Managing solar keratoses
Solar keratoses (actinic keratoses) are common, often multiple, epidermal lesions found mainly on the sun-exposed skin of fair-skinned middle-aged and older people. They may transform into non-melanoma skin cancers, particularly squamous cell carcinoma. Here, we review the prevention and treatment of solar keratoses.
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