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This photograph depicts a close view of a patient’s skin, revealing a lesion diagnosed as a seborrheic keratosis, which was discovered on the skin of a Kaposi's sarcoma patient, though the two conditions were unrelated. A seborrheic keratosis is a raised, benign skin growth that is loosely attached to the skin, and is asymptomatic. These growths are more commonly found on the trunk, and are usually beige to brown in color.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Dr. Steve Kraus
Creation Date:1981
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CDC Organization
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