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Dermatoscopic differentiation of dermal nevus and seborrheic keratosis 
  • Dr. Carolina Diamandis,
  • Alexander Davis,
  • David Seideman
Dr. Carolina Diamandis

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Alexander Davis
David Seideman


The majority of seborrheic keratoses can be reliably differentiated clinically from a melanocytic nevus. In case of difficult findings, for example at unusual localization, dermatoscopy is the key method for diagnosis. In the near future, developments in artificial intelligence (A.I.) might help to classify the findings. Initial results from studies are promising in this regard.