Moles are a type of skin growth that can be seen commonly in people. They are small, dark brown spots. Clusters of pigmented cells cause moles. Moles usually appear during childhood and adolescence. There can be 10-40 moles on an average and some among them may tend to fade away or become big in size or change in colour.Which age group is usually affected?
Moles can be seen on anyone, at any age, age is not specified. Moles can be seen on any part of the body. And yes there is a myth that moles are only at birth and cannot come after that, but it’s wrong. It can come at any stage of life.Is there any gender predilection for this condition?
No, as such gender predilection for this condition.Skin Tag
Skin tags are colourless small hanging flaps of skin that are attached by a stem to the surface of the skin. They generally appears by the friction in arms, necks, armpits Mostly, they are harmless and never cause any problem throughout life.but needs, to monitor, if continuously increasing in number.
Risk factors involved with skin tags are
Yes, these are very safe treatments with no or minimal downtime.
Yes, sometimes. But, in most of the cases, it needs to be removed by a qualified dermatologist.
Most of the moles are benign and don’t have any malignant potential. But very rarely they can turn malignant. Malignant melanoma is a cancerous condition which can arise in a mole or melanocytic nevus. The danger signs include:
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