Actinic keratosis on the nose - Image

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Thin solar keratosis (actinic keratosis) on the nose is an ill-defined symptomless erythematous patch that feels clearly rough to fingers and does not vanish by usual creaming of the skin.

Actinic keratosis on the nose


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