Lentigo solaris – sunspots

Lentigo solaris are harmless brown pigment spots on the skin. They are also called sunspots and sometimes age spots. Usually the spots are formed on the top of the hands and on the face. If the stains change in any way, you should contact a healthcare center.

Perioral dermatitis

Perioral dermatitis is a skin disease that causes redness, small bumps and rashes around the mouth. The disease may be caused by, for example, prolonged use of strong cortisone cream, excessive washing or makeup. The disease goes over but it may take time.


Acne, often called pimples, is a rash that is caused by inflamed sebaceous glands. Acne is common and completely harmless. Often, acne occurs on the face, chest and back where you have the most sebaceous glands. Acne is not due to poor hygiene. It is possible to get rid of acne, although it may take some time.

Small Intestine Cancer

There are several different types of cancer tumors that you can get in the small intestine. Many people who get a cancer tumor in the small intestine get rid of it, or can receive treatment that makes it possible to live a good life despite the disease. Small bowel cancer is unusual. Most people who get the disease are around 60 years of age.