basal cell papilloma


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seb·or·rhe·ic ker·a·to·sis

, keratosis seborrheica
superficial, benign, verrucous, often pigmented, greasy lesions consisting of proliferating epidermal cells, resembling basal cells, enclosing horn cysts; they usually occur after the third decade.

basal cell papilloma

seborrhoeic keratosis

; seborrhoeic wart; senile wart; basal cell papilloma; stucco keratosis common, pigmented, entirely benign skin tumours with rough, warty, dull surface; of unknown cause; occur in any skin area; characterized by homogeneous colour throughout (most on limbs/feet are white-grey in colour and <4mm diameter), and a distinct (sometimes overhanging) edge; incidence increases with advancing age; treated by cryotherapy

seb·or·rhe·ic ker·a·to·sis

, keratosis seborrheica (seb'ōr-ē'ik ker'ă-tō'sis, seb-ōr-ē'i-kă)
Superficial, benign, verrucous, often pigmented, greasy lesions consisting of proliferating epidermal cells, resembling basal cells, enclosing horn cysts; usually occur after the third decade.
Synonym(s): basal cell papilloma.