Benign lesions

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Benign lesionsBenign skin lesions encompass a broad spectrum of dermatological conditions, ranging from common moles (nevi) to more complex entities like seborrheic keratoses, dermatofibromas, and angiomas. Each lesion presents unique dermoscopic features, patterns, and characteristics, which are crucial for accurate diagnosis.
Benign lesions in skin of colorThis chapter describes the dermoscopy of various benign lesion in skin of color such as dermatofibroma, angioma, seborrheic keratoses and sebaceous hyperplasia

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