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Sunspot Danger Signs

Over time, solar keratoses may regress, fade, stay the same, or change.

Beware of the following developments:

  • Skin Becomes Thicker
  • Spot is Painful/Tender
  • Spot is Growing Quickly
  • Sunspot Size is More Than 1 Cm
  • Sunspot is Showing Redness or Bleeding
  • Sunspot Becomes an Ulcer

How Dangerous is a Solar Keratosis

Sunspots can become dangerous. Skin cancers called Squamous Cell Carcinoma can develop from sunspots in people who are at risk.

As many as 65% of all primary squamous cell carcinomas arise from previously diagnosed solar keratoses in high-risk individuals.

Solar keratoses are diagnosed clinically based on their characteristics, and in suspicious cases a biopsy may be required to rule out malignancy.

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