My grandmother said that senile plaques have been around for many years, and then she can pick them with her hands. It's like peeling. I want to ask if it's skin cancer, because it's not
Hello, did not see your photos, from your description, consider the possibility of seborrheic keratinization, this has no effect on health, usually pay attention to sunscreen, avoid trauma, with a little moisturizing lotion to care about it, when convenient to the hospital for inspection, confirmed diagnosis is not temporary itching, no need for medication.
For senile plaques, you can also treat them with phototherapy and laser under the guidance of doctors, which has a certain effect. Therefore, you should pay attention not to deal with them at will, and often deal with the damage to the skin. In the long run, the skin will be stimulated, and some lesions may occur, and you must pay attention to the regularity of diet at ordinary times.
Hello, generally speaking, this situation will not lead to some skin cancer, but it is recommended not to pick the brush and touch it. If there are some senile plaques, it belongs to a normal physiological phenomenon, an endocrine disorder, low immunity, melanin deposition and so on. If necessary, it can be removed by laser