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Developed senile warts, torso swell as a red itchy rash. Feeling sick, nails dying, loss of weight. Worried? Cause?

Hi Doc Samuel, my father is 74 years old has suffered numerous bcc & scc over the last 20 years many have been cut out, burnt off recently he has senile warts grow out of control over his body mainly torso aswell as a red itchy rash. He is feeling sick after a couple of hours of work and sweats, his nails are dying on his fingers and toes not sure whats going on he has lost about 6kg in weight and he is worried about what is going on, can you shed any light on what is going on?
worried daughter Angela.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response

Your father is running old age.

And having multiple skin malignancies and also senile warts also called seborrheic keratoses.

Nails are atrophied.

All the changes and diseases are related with old age.

I think, first of all, he must be psychologically boosted up.

You should try to improve his general condition by diet and light exercise.

All nalignancies and senile warts should be removed by excision and cautery, one by one.

Before that , series of investigations should be done to rule out any other disease.

I hope, he may be benefitted a lot.

But, you should consult dermatologist for perfect treatment.


Dr. Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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