Actinic (Solar) Keratoses
Actinic keratoses (AK) occur on sites of chronic sun exposure, the dorsum of the hands, face and scalp, especially in the fair-skinned. May present as:
Multiple irregular areas of adherent keratin
Fine hyperkeratosis with erythema and telangectasia
Actinic keratosis can often occur on the scalp of fair skinned patients
some Actinic keratosis can be very hyperkeratotic
Bowens disease (SCC in-situ)
Persistent, scaly non-thickened macules or patches, often asymptomatic, Variable size up to several centimetres. Common on lower legs in women.
May be multiple.