Symptoms and Clinical Features Actinic keratosis

Symptoms and Clinical Features
Actinic keratosis

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Actinic keratoses appear as dry, rough, scaly patches on the skin, ranging in size from 1cm to 2cm. They may feel like sandpaper and can vary in color from pink to red to brown. These patches often manifest on sun-exposed areas such as the face, hands, arms, ears, scalp, and legs, and may sometimes be itchy.

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