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Moles
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Plantar Warts
Genital Warts
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Skin Cancer

A genetically altered spot or multiple spots on the surface of the skin that manifest itself as small ulcer, lesion, pimple or mole. It can spread and invade the blood vessels, lymph glands, surrounding tissue and connecting ducts. Depending on the type, it may be irregular shades of red, tan, brown, black, white, flesh-colored skin or variations in color.
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Basal Cell Carcinoma

A new skin growth or malignant tumor that forms in the outer layers of the skin. It can spread by direct extension, through the blood stream or lymph glands. Usually it begins as a small shiny elevated area on the skin. The lesion usually enlarges and forms a whitish border around the outside of the depression or ulcer.
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Squamous-Cell Epithelioma

A scaly cancerous lesion.

Melanoma

A new or changing mole, growth, lesion or tumor ranging from yellow, red, brown or black, that may be malignant.

Keloids

A scar tissue formation, usually from an incision. The shiny red scar tissue is raised, firm or hard to touch, and continues to grow as collagen is continually deposited into the scar tissue.

Skin Lesions

 

Skin Tags

A small outgrowth of skin.

Moles

An elevated and usually discolored tumor of the skin.
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Periungual Warts

Found under or around the nails. Tip and wrap manicures sometimes cultivate this type of wart.

Plantar Warts

Usually found on the pressure bearing areas of the foot.

Genital Warts

Caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). May be connected with past cancer of the cervix cases.

Leprosy

A communicable skin disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae. The two main forms are lepromatous and tuberculoid. Lepromatous leprosy is more contagious than the tuberculoid form of leprosy.

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