Seborrheic Keratosis (SK)

SKs are benign overgrowths of the top layer of the skin. They can be large, rough, and range in color from tan to black. They tend to run in families can involve any part of the body. SKs can mimic skin cancer due to their irregular appearance, but treatment is not necessary unless they become irritated or need to be distinguished from cancer. Cosmetic removal can be accomplished with cryotherapy.