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Woman Concerned Face, Neck Skin Makes Her Look Older - Let's Diagnose

july08quiz.jpgA 70-year-old woman asked her doctor about the skin on her neck and face, especially her chin, which was finely wrinkled and had thickened over the past year. She thought it looked a little yellower than the rest of her skin and was atrophied. Throughout her life, she had enjoyed spending a lot of time outdoors, hiking, gardening, or swimming in her pool to keep in shape. She felt the change in her skin made her look older than her age. 

Could it be solar lentingines? Phytophotodermatitis? Actinic keratosis? Solar or actinic elastosis?

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