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Sebborroic Keratosis On Breasts Begnin Lesions
Yes, however get it:
Checked out. Seborrheic keratosis can occur anywhere on ski however, it would be prudent to consult your doctor rather than diagnosing yourself.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Had dime-size seborrheic keratosis removed from back. It hurts a bit. Have lentil-size one in b/w breasts. Too sensitive of area for pain. Remove?
Pain is NOT a common result of surgical removal of this BENIGN lesion. I would suggest that the lentil size lesion may be a cosmetic issue and I would take steps to remove without WORRY that it will be" super"painful
because of its location!!!
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Had some keratosis removed a wk ago. 1 on side of breast looks pinky/red - what should I use to keep from scarring? Will it be ok in time? How long?
Sounds normal: Assuming this was a benign keratosis (seborrheic keratosis), and it was treated with freezing (liquid nitrogen) or electrodessication (burning), it will take about 2-3 weeks to fully heal on the chest and can stay red for weeks. Pink is normal, but if redder, painful, or crusting or draining, call your doctor. You can use a scar gel or scar pads (silicone) and avoid sun to help minimize the scar. ...Read more
Radiologist or Gyn question: During a digital mammogram, can a radiologist see Seborrheic Keratosis on the breasts? I have 3 large and 3 small. Will she know what they are or mark them as suspicious?
No.: Ordinarily, seborrheic keratoses are not visualized on mammography, digital or otherwise. A dermatologist can tell you about them, sometimes with just a glance. ...Read more
I have a seb keratosis on the side of my L breast -not cancer. It's not big but if I get it removed should I go to my dermat. Or a plastic surgeon?
Either one: Many dermatologist are train to remove lesions from the body. Plastic surgeons are as well trained to remove lesions from the body, but they are capable of removing much more complicated lesions with reconstruction of the area. So depend of the size of the lesion and location, you may want to go to a plastic surgeon and even plastic surgeon with different specialty. ...Read more
I have light bumps on my arm does not itch. I also have red bumps around my breast and they itch. Is it keratosis pilaris? No medications included.
Radiology? Chest CT = 2mm nod. Have benign breast calcifications & seb keratosis on chest. Repeat scan tomorrow. Should I mention to rad? CRC prev.
No need: CT of the chest, because of the way the images are obtained, does not confuse skin lesions with possible lung nodules as can happen with plain chest xray. If the Chest CT is being repeated due to worry about whether a 2mm nodule in the lungs might be a skin lesion then there is no need to repeat it. ...Read more
Radiologist: Had a 1 cm Seborrheic Keratosis cryo'd on far side of breast a few days ago. MRI and CT next wk. Should tech mark this for Radiologist?
Keratosis Pilaris: Bumpy skin on arms, thighs, trunk is called keratosis pilaris and can also commonly occur on the cheeks. Scrubbing often just makes it red and irritated, picking can leave scars. A lotion containing 12% Lactic Acid can help dissolve away the bumps, but it can take a few weeks to work. ...Read more
Sun damage: These are early precancerous changes with s attired abnormal cells visible on biopsy. This is easily treatable with liquid nitrogen, electric needle or prescription creams. Left alone these can grow deeper and may require surgery. Treat these areas early, use sunscreen, and limit strong sun exposure. ...Read more
I have random pimples/bumps that show up on my chest and back. I also have pilaris keratosis. It's very embarrassing. Is there anything I can do?
Lichen keratosis + other underlying skin conditions. Solitary lesion removed. Diff. Colors spot changes arms and chest. Hydrating cream. What to do?
Not enough info: A Dr needs to look at it to see exactly what the problem is you are trying to describe ...Read more
5 wks post pregnancy, severe keratosis pilaris on arms legs back chest & neck. Doc gave triamcinolon but not working. What is best prescription?
Lac-Hydrin: Keratosis pilaris is not the same as atopic dermatitis. It is an inability of the skin to exfoliate, to turn over if you will. It is common and passed down as autosomal dominant. The best prescription for this is Lac-hydrin. Alternatively you can try moisturizers that have alpha hydroxy acid or glycolic acid in them. ...Read more
SK color: Yes, they can be brown, dark brown/black, light brown or tan. Typically rough texture (like a wart) or waxy texture. Hope this helps ...Read more
May not if removed w: Depends on your genetic background and how well taken off [deeper tissue freeze or cutting off, if comes back usually at least 2-3 months but varies. ...Read more
Yes: They are easy to remove by scraping or by liquid nitrogen. ...Read more
It may: Usually seborrheic keratoses appear over time and in an older population. If it is over a short period of time it may be something else but can be SK. If they look warty or 'stuck on' then that may be SK-but it could also be warts. If you are unsure see your doctor. ...Read more
Sure: They usually start as small, rough bumps, then slowly thicken and get a warty surface. Most are tan or brown and can be multiple shades. They have a waxy, "pasted on" appearance...they look like a dab of warm, brown candle wax on the skin. There are some skin lesions, especially smooth moles, with various pigments which should be checked, especially if very dark/black suggesting melanoma. ...Read more
Have lesions all over my abdomen where I sunned a lot after first exposing midriff in 60s. What else could it be if not actinic keratosis?
Defines a lesion as 'an abnormal change in structure of an organ or part due to injury or disease; especially : one that is circumscribed and well defined'.
So a lesion in the breast is basically an area which appears abnormal (not what is expected). It is a very general term. If you were told you had breast leisions would encourage you to ask for clarification. Take care. ...Read more
I found small blister looking lesions on my breasts and I'm not sure what the cause could be. There is one small lesion on my left outer areola and tw?
Breast mass: You surgeon should be able to see what your mammography showed to determine the best approach in dealing with the mass. This would be best answered by a physician who knows your health history, has done physical exam & evaluated your radiographic studies. ...Read more
All the nurse will say is......you have several cystic lesions in your left breast. What can this mean?
Not definitely: There are suggestive ultrasound finding to try to distinguish between benign and malignant lesions. If a nodule shows up as a simple cyst then it is almost certainly benign. Solid nodules that measure higher than they are wide tend to malignant. The only definite way to tell is to get a biopsy. ...Read more
I have lesions on my breasts that have yet to heal & been 3 months. Biopsied-benign could lupus issue or combination of also meds & also parkinson's?
I want to ask that I had multiple ovoid lesions in both breasts does it increases the risk of breast cancer?
Probably Not: Although the description "multiple ovoid lesions" is not clear to me, their presence in both breasts, as well as your age, is a good sign. These could be cysts or fibrocystic changes. Please see your health care provider and possibly have an ultrasound of both breasts for further evaluation. ...Read more
My doctor has diagnosed me with many seborrheic keratoses on my chest and back. Is there a home remedy or OTC product that I can use to remove these?
Barnacles: If these are benign seb ks, no need to do anything. Occasionally they will flake off. Some wart removers and freeze off solutions work. Be sure if these get removed, you know what they are. If you remove a dysplastic mole or lesion you may miss a skin cancer. I would check again with your physician before self treatment. ...Read more
No: Radiologists say that one of the disadvantages of breast MRI is that its specificity appears is moderate (not high), although the specificity (specificity = % of abnormal lesions that are actually cancer) has been hard to determine. Published reports give specificity values of 37% to 97%, depending on the selection of both the MRI technique and the criteria for determining cancer. ...Read more
Hi Todd, I am 22 years old women from india, I have identified with two well defined hypoechoeic lesions measuring 28*30mm seen at 12'o clock position and other 44*34 mm in the outer quadrant at 9 o clock position in right breast. Doctor adviced for surgic
Get it: I do not know of the technical expertise of the physicians and/or equipment available to you but if the recommendation is a biopsy, then I would go ahead and follow the physicians advise. ...Read more
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