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With constant sun exposure, the skin will develop the early signs of actinic keratosis: thick, scaly or crusty bumps that are dry and rough. These affected areas start out as flat, scaly areas, and later enlarge and appear similar to warts. Common sites are 2 to 6 millimeters in size, and can vary in color from dark brown to very light pink. Commonly affected areas are the face, scalp, neck, backs of hands and forearms.


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