Medical Definition of Keratosis, seborrheic

Keratosis, seborrheic: A common skin disorder that is characterized by benign, painless, often
wart-like skin lesions that appear to be 'stuck on.' The raised spots are usually yellow or brown. Treatment, if warranted, involves surgical or cryo-surgical removal. Also known as seborrheic warts and verruca.

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