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This is Dr. Bonilla, experienced in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care.
I understand your concerns. The lesion on the picture is likely to be a pustule. The condition is secondary to local inflammation.
No it's not. If the lesion does not improve in the next couple of weeks you can check with your PCP. Please rate my answer. Let me know if you have any other questions.
No. I do Internal Medicine.
Are you looking for a dermatologist?
I am a board certified internal medicine doctor. Those of us who obtain and maintain certification must test and train in dermatology.
I am also board certified in integrative medicine, with advanced training in functional dermatology.
This is not a pustule.
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Cysts [adult acne]
I see the sebaceous cysts.
No pustule in these pictures.
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This looks like a keratotic lesion.
It is not a pustule by apperance.
It can still be sborrheic keratosis.
Show it to your doctor for magnified exam.
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No it does not.
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Freckles or slight pigmented areas, as in small moles.
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I am positive you are OK as far as your pictures go.
The other expert has opted out.
Would you like me to help you out?
It went to other experts as you did not mention my name at the start.
These freckles can happen normally as well.
I understand your concerns about the PJ syndrome.
You do not have that syndrome, trust me.
If you wish to talk over the phone with me, please accept the offer.
Yes, most likely from the son and nothing serious or anything to worry about.
Not cancer, certainly.
The two features that we usually look for in PJS are:
You have none of these two features.
I would not worry.
It is your anxiety that is getting the better of you, trust me!!
I will continue helping you out even after you rate me, therefore I would appreciate a rating.
Repeated bouts of abdominal pain in patients younger than 25 years
Unexplained intestinal bleeding in a young patient
Those spots can happen normally as well due to exposure to sun.
Not something that I would be concerned about.
I would appreciate a rating, I would continue helping you out even after you rate me.
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Yes it is most likely due to the sun.
Yes, without gastro issues you should not be concerned.