I have had only 2 or three brown crusty flat spots on my stomach for 10 yrs. or better. Two of them have gone but I have one left. My doctor told me 10 yrs. ago what they were and not to worry about them, they were nothing!!! With everything going on these days what could it be?
Thank you for your answer and I did look this up. The pictures I saw of a seborrheic keratosis growth looks just like mine. The only difference is that mine do not have a greasy look to them. Unlike the pics they look just light brown crusty and dry like you could scrap it right off.
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