Symptoms of Seborrheic Keratosis

The signs and symptoms which make the nature and severity of Seborrheic Keratosis apparent to a dermatologist and help him formulate the right treatment plan include:

  •          A concentration of waxy, scaly and wart-like growths  on the face, chest, shoulders, back, or other areas
  •          The skin has elevated bumps that are painless
  •          Flat surfaced elevated bumps that can be brown, black or pale in color
  •          A texture that is rough
  •          A shape that is oval or round
  •          The growths  can appear as a single growth or most commonly in a group