Precancerous Lesions

General information:  Precancerous lesions are growths on the skin that carry the risk of turning into skin cancer. Some common types of precancerous lesions are acitinic keratosis, moles, acitinic chelitis, and cutaneous horns. Depending on the type, possible treatments include cryosurgery (freezing), electrical surgery, exicision, or laser surgery.  Dr. Liana Abramova and her staff specialize in the diagnosis of precancerous lesions and will help you understand and manage the condition effectively.  Call Dermatology of Virginia in Fairfax at (703) 828-7128 and schedule your appointment today.