A seborrheic keratosis is a rough dark lesion that very commonly appears with aging. They are benign growths

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Seborrheic keratoses are rough lesions that grow on the body. They are skin growths that typically start to appear when people turn 40 years old.[1] A clinical study shows that 100% of people above the age of 50 have had at least one seborrheic keratosis.[2] Although they are typically seen in middle-aged adults, seborrheic keratosis lesions can also be found in 12% of people between the ages 15 and 25.[2] They are more common in Caucasians, and equally common in men and women.[3] They can grow anywhere there is skin, especially on the back. 

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