A corn comprises of thickened, hardened layers of skin as it tries to protect itself against friction and pressure.
Corns usually formed in areas that are exposed to recurrent pressure or friction.
The eruptions of lichen planus are small bumps or cluster of bumps that are flat-topped, shiny, polygonal, purple to grey in color.
The patches usually have thin white lines called as Wickham's striae.
It is a benign skin disorder due to excessive growth of the top layer of the skin. The lesions are usually found in people over 30.
They are usually brown in color but can vary from light tan to black. They look like they have been pasted or stuck on to the skin.
They are skin colored or brown growths that hang off the skin.
They are usually found in the neck, armpits, groin, and under the breasts where the skin rubs against skin from surrounding surface or against clothing.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
It comprises of a firm, red nodule or a flat sore that usually occurs on sun-exposed areas of the body.
However, it can occur anywhere including on the lips, inside the mouth, around the anus or genitals.
It is a common contagious skin infection characterized by raised round bumps that may be white, pink or flesh colored.
They develop a dimple in the centre and contain a white cheesy substance.