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Black And Blue Spots On Legs
I've just found 8 brown/black rough spots on my 56yo caucasian husband's back, leg and arm. Should i be really scared?
Not really.: Would be very unlikely that he has 8 cancers on back. If all look alike and are rough they are likely what we call seborrheic keratoses. They are benign. However, it is possible he has one cancer and it might be one of those lesions - hard to say because i can't see them. Have your doc look at a skin check in the near future to put your mind at ease. See google for the "abcde of skin cancer.". ...Read more
Just noticed small black spots on my leg,looks like i sat on a magic marker.wasnt there last week?
Dermatology: Any "black" spots on your body should be evaluated by a skin specialist. Without a photo it is impossible to diagnose. Please see a dermatologist ASAP. ...Read more
I have two black spots on my leg. I don't know what it is. Doesn't hurt or itch.It grows bigger everyday. I am also in a tropical area at the moment.
See Dermatologist: Liver spots are flat, brown-black spots that appear on the skin in sun-exposed areas of the body. They have nothing to do with the liver. The spots are changes in skin color that occur in older skin. The increased color may be due to aging, exposure to the sun or other ultraviolet light, or other unknown causes. A dermatologist can check to see if "dark" spots are still just liver spots. ...Read more
I have a lower leg problem, but have had no injury, trauma, and surgery. What can cause a number of spots that is red around with blackish center?
I have had these two blue spots on my body for as long as i can remember, one on leg and one on arm. They hurt to the touch and are slightly raised. ?
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