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We now use Phreesia for patient registration and appointment reminders to improve your experience. We will be phasing out Klara and moving  to patient chat with Phreesia over the next 30 days.

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Seborrheic Keratosis

Seborrheic keratosis (SK) is a harmless, non-cancerous skin growth commonly found in middle-aged or older adults. These bumps are essentially growths that somewhat resemble warts and can appear all over your body. While they may not be immediately alarming, it’s crucial to accurately diagnose them since they’re new lesions that are growing and evolving. Any new, growing, changing, or persistent non-healing skin issue should be examined by a dermatologist to determine the underlying diagnosis. In most cases, these growths are benign and can be left untreated.

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