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Moles are generally dark coloured patches on skin. The color of moles may vary from dark brown to skin coloured to black. It is a normal occurrence, but if there is a sudden increase in formation of moles, you need to be concerned. Symptoms of moles are:
• Painless coloured patches in skin
• No itching or other symptoms associated with them
• Sizes may vary
HOW IS MOLES DIAGNOSED?
Moles in general are harmless but if a general physician examines a mole and suspects an underlying health condition, he may take a skin biopsy to examine the section of the tissues of the mole.
HOW IS MOLES TREATED?
Treatment of most moles usually isn't necessary. If the doctor thinks a mole is suspicious, he or she may take a tissue sample of it and have it tested to determine if it's cancerous. If the mole is cancerous, the doctor will do a surgical procedure to remove it. Cosmetic care and treatment may help in reducing the visibility or removing the moles.