Eruptive keratoacanthomas on the legs after fractional photothermolysis: report of two cases.

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Photoaging refers to the effects of long-term ultraviolet (UV) exposure and sun damage superimposed on intrinsically aged skin. The clinical signs associated with photoaging include dyspigmentation, laxity, a yellow hue, wrinkles, telangiectasia, a leathery appearance, and cutaneous malignancy. These changes often occur gradually as a person ages but can… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1524-4725.2009.01068.x

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