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Lentigo simplex

is the most common form of lentigo. A single lesion or multiple lesions (lentigines) may be present at birth or more commonly first develop in early childhood. Lentigo simplex is not induced by sun exposure, and it is not associated with any medical diseases or conditions. It is also referred to as simple lentigo and juvenile lentigo.1


Seborrhoeic keratosis

is a harmless warty spot that appears during adult life as a common sign of skin aging. Some people have hundreds of them. Seborrhoeic keratosis (or seborrheic keratosis, using American spelling) is also called SK, basal cell papilloma, senile wart, brown wart or barnacle. 1


Epidermal naevi

are due to an overgrowth of the epidermis (upper layers of the skin). Lesions are present at birth (50%) or develop during childhood (mostly in the first year of life). The abnormality arises from a defect in the ectoderm. This is the outer layer of the embryo that gives rise to epidermis and neural tissue.1



are very common non-cancerous growths of the skin caused by infection with human papillomavirus (HPV). More than 100 HPV subtypes are known, giving rise to a variety of presentations. A viral wart on the sole of the foot is also called a verruca, and warty lesions are often described as verrucous. 1


In clinical terms a dermatofibroma, also sometimes referred to as a histiocytoma, is a growth in the fibrous tissue of the derma.  The derma is the second layer of skin, beneath the outer epidermis.  Because these growths occur in a lower layer of skin they are deeper seated than most and removing them can be more difficult.  They are generally no more than 1 cm in diameter and can range in color from pink to brown.  They usually form on the lower legs or upper arms.2

segno-di-spuntaFibrous papule

fibrous papule is a firm bump that most often occurs on the nose. It is very common. The fibrous papule has a characteristic appearance under the microscope. 1

segno-di-spuntaSebaceous hyperplasia

Sebaceous hyperplasia is the term used for enlarged sebaceous glands seen on the forehead or cheeks of the middle-aged and elderly. Sebaceous hyperplasia appears as small yellow bumps up to 3 mm in diameter. Close inspection reveals a central hair follicle surrounded by yellowish lobules.1


Xanthomas are skin lesions caused by the accumulation of fat in macrophage immune cells in the skin and more rarely in the layer of fat under the skin.1

segno-di-spuntaCherry angiomas

Cherry angiomas are a benign (non-cancerous) overgrowth of blood vessels in the skin. They may develop on any part of the body but they appear most often around the midtrunk. They can be red, blue, purple, or almost black. Cherry angiomas increase in number from about the age of 40. Their cause is unknown. 1

segno-di-spuntaAnogenital warts

Anogenital warts are common superficial skin lesions in the anogenital area that are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). They are also called condyloma acuminata, genital warts, venereal warts and squamous cell papilloma.1

segno-di-spuntaStretch marks

Stretch marks are fine lines on the body that occur from tissue under your skin tearing from rapid growth or over-stretching. It is a common condition that does not cause any significant medical problems but can be of cosmetic concern for some people. Other names for stretch marks are striae distensae, striae atrophicans, striae rubra (which are red) and striae alba (white).1


Ageing skin droops and develops wrinkles, lines and furrows. The severity of these changes in an individual depends on genetic tendency, skin phototype and exposure to environmental factors.1


A scar is a mark left on your skin after an injury heals.3



1 DermNet NZ. 2016. DermNet NZ. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.dermnetnz.org/sitemap.html#l. [Accessed 25 July 2016].

2 Skin Site. 2016. Does a Dermatofibroma Need To Be Removed? . [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.skinsite.com/info_dermatofibromas.htm. [Accessed 25 July 2016].

3 American Academy of Dermatology. 2016. What is a scar?. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.aad.org/public/kids/skin/scars. [Accessed 25 July 2016].