is a benign skin and mucose change that can vary in colour, shape and size. A grown person has some 15-20 moles – some exist from birth, and others appear later in life. Moles are not to be removed, except in the case of unsuitable localisation at the constantly irritated spot (by underwear, clothes, jewellery) or for aesthetic reasons, but occasionally they should be checked and the attention should be paid to their growth, colour, shape and accompanying phenomena, such as itching, flaking or bleeding. They are removed by surgical excision, and the final diagnosis is verified histo-pathologically.
is a benign skin and mucose epithelium change of viral origin. Most frequently they are on the neck, upper arm, in the armpit, under the breasts, on the stomach and groins. It has various shapes, often hangs, is elastic, and has a colour of the skin. It is removed by radioexcision or smaller surgical excision.
is a benign fat tissue tumour which usually appears in the subcutaneous tissue of the neck, on the back, shoulders, abdominal wall. It has small dimensions, although sometimes it has gigantic dimensions. Lipoma is a soft, elastic node which is not always well distinguished from the surrounding tissue, and it is covered with the skin of unchanged appearance. It has to be carefully removed in whole, as possible remains of this tumour can be a cause of its repeated appearing.
is a flat yellowish skin change of various sizes, located usually on the covered body parts – face, neck, cleavage, arms, back. It does not appear on the palms and foots soles. In time it grows and becomes darker, even black. It is removed by radio-waves.
is manifested on the skin as individual or multiple, hard or painless node. It appears in adult persons, on the limbs, and sometimes on other body parts as well. It is reddish or yellowish-brown, from several millimetres to several centimetres in size. It is removed by surgical excision.
is a skin change which represents a blocked sebaceous gland which is joined to the skit occurs on the face, head, earlobes, neck and back. An infection with festering signs can develop. It has to be removed in whole, as otherwise it can re-appear.