Case discussion: How would you treat this patient? [20 May]
This week we have an interesting case from Dr Renuka Ranasinghe. An elderly male presented for a skin check for benign seb k’s noticed by his wife.
The below shown pigmented lesion was noted – what do you make of the clinical and dermoscopic pictures? How would you biopsy this lesion?
Here is the pathology result. Are you surprised? What would you do next?
We encourage you to participate in the case discussions and submit your own clinical images and questions, so we can all learn together.