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113 Possible Causes for stuccos

  • Sclerodactyly

    […] keratosis Hyperkeratosis of the nipple and areola Inverted follicular keratosis Lichenoid keratosis Multiple minute digitate hyperkeratosis PUVA keratosis Reactional keratosis Stucco[]

  • Campsis Radicans

    Climbs with aerial roots which can damage brick and stucco, so best allowed to climb trees, poles, trellises and similar structures.[]

  • Actinic Keratosis

    Stucco keratosis. Stucco keratosis is a type of seborrheic keratosis.[] Additional code to identify the source of the ultraviolet radiation ( W89 ) Skin changes due to chronic exposure to nonionizing radiation Approximate Synonyms Keratosis Stucco[] The name stucco keratosis derives from the “stuck on” appearance of the lesions.[]

  • Scorpion Sting

    The warranty is a fit for purpose warranty including off road An extremely rigid stucco aluminium is utilised on the Scorpion Sting giving it a tough and durable finish.[] […] oven Touch control range hood Microwave Truma gas heater Fire extinguisher Reverse Cycle Air-corn/heating Top load washing machine External External speakers Picnic table Stucco[]

  • Skin Neoplasm

    STUCCO KERATOSIS Stucco keratosis is considered a variant of seborrheic keratosis. 4 The name probably derives from the resemblance of the lesions to old stucco on the sides[] Seborrheic keratoses: tan, brown, or black raised spots with a waxy texture or occasionally a slightly rough and crumbly surface when they are on the legs (also known as stucco[] Stucco keratoses are sometimes confused with actinic keratoses. Treatment options include liquid nitrogen therapy and electrodesiccation with curettage.[]

  • Buschke-Lowenstein Tumor

    These include flat SK, pedunculated skin tag such as SK, stucco keratosis, dermatosis papulosa nigra, melanoacanthoma, and inverted follicular keratosis.[] Stucco keratosis. Arch Dermatol 1972;105:859-61. De Rosa G, Barra E, Gentile R, Boscaino A, Di Prisco B, Ayala F. Verruciform xanthoma of the vulva: Case report.[]

  • Pleural Calcification

    The whitewash or stucco material has been shown to contain fibrous tremolite and non-fibrous antigorite/lizardite, chlorite, and talc.[] Number HEEP/81/04893 Abstract Around the town of Cermik in south-east Turkey there are many deposits of asbestiform minerals, some of which are used to make whitewash or stucco[] Abstract Around the town of Cermik in south-east Turkey there are many deposits of asbestiform minerals, some of which are used to make whitewash or stucco.[]

  • Prisoner of War

    The Italians used leftover brick and stucco.[]

  • Hyperkeratosis Lenticularis Perstans

    The disease manifests as multiple lesions that affect the extremities similarly to stucco keratosis and acrokeratosis verruciformis from which it differs by its primary lesions[] Erythrasma Flegel Focal Acral Hyperkeratosis Hyperkeratosis Lenticularis Perstans Kyrle Lichen Planus Lichenoid Keratosis Porokeratosis Prurigo Nodularis Solar Keratosis Stucco[] Stucco keratoses do not bleed when the scale is peeled back, and will show papillomatosis on pathology.[]

  • Bowen's Disease

    On the legs of old people you can also find cases of Stucco Keratoses, benign lesions, variations of Seborrheic Keratosis, for which the treatment required is surgery or cryotherapy[]

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