Moles and Sunspots are rarely cancerous and, once removed, unlikely to recur. If no seriouse action is considerable,it can turn into melanoma skin cancer. Moles are small skin marks caused by pigment-producing cells in the skin. Moles can be round, oval, flat, or raised. They can occur singly or in clusters on any part of the body. Most moles are brown, but colors can range from pinkish flesh tones to yellow, dark blue, or black.
However moles rised skin bumps caused by an increase in the number of pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in the skin. According to Moleschecks Bedford MedicalClinicSolar keratoses
(sunspots) are dry, rough spots on the skin that are common in people over 40. They are not skin cancers but an indication that the skin has had enough sun exposure to develop skin cancer. People with keratoses should take particular care to protect their
skin from the sun. They should also be examined to make sure a skin cancer is not present.
Sunspots are areas of the skin that appear lighter or darker than
normal after exposure to sunlight. Thus Sunspots developed when solar keratoses commonly produce patches of scaling skin which may build up into quite thick scab-like spots. It's the rough spots on the skin. However people can essily get melanoma when they at hte stage of moles and spots.
*Possible cause for Moles?''
The causes of Moles is unknow sinces moles seem to run in families and result from exposure to sunlight. Thus small percentage of moles can can be risky for a dermetology to check. According to Dr. Joseph F.Smith says that a mole that has the following symptoms should be evaluated by a dermatologist (a physician spealizing in skin diseases)
*Appears after the age of 20
*Looks unusual or changes in any way.
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* ''Possible cause for sunspots?''
A fungus called tinea versicolor causes one type of sunspot. Excess
sun exposure causes another.
Sunspots caused by fungus often make patches of skin appear lighter
than usual in dark-skinned people
and darker than usual in light-skinned people. Doctors diagnose the
infection by its appearance or by using an
ultraviolet light. Sunspots are quite common among young adults and are usually painless, says pharmacist.
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The above link is just to few the causes of sunspots.
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