Differential Diagnosis:

seborrheic keratosis

pigmented basal cell carcinoma
cherry angioma benign moles
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seborrheic keratosis - Benign proliferation of keratinocytes in the epidermis associated with ageing and chronic sun exposure.

pigmented basal cell carcinoma - a varient of the most common skin cancer secondary to chronic sun exposure that is slow growing and rarely metastasizes.

cherry angioma - dialated capillaries in the dermal papillae.

benign moles - benign proliferation of pigmented cells.

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