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A 40-year-old woman consults a physician about lesions on her neck that she finds cosmetically unattractive. On examination of the neck, multiple lesions that seem to be hanging off the skin are seen. Each lesion is small, soft, and pedunculated. The largest lesion is about 4 mm in diameter. The color of different lesions varies from flesh colored to slightly hyperpigmented. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

A. Acrochordons
B. Lentigos
C. Lipomas
D. Seborrheic keratoses
E. Spider angiomas
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