Case discussion: How would you treat this patient? [20 April]
In this week’s case from Dr Alexander Speight, we have a patient who presented for a routine skin check:
- 67 year-old male who has had previous BCCs only.
- Multiple previous excisions elsewhere.
- Multiple naevi and seborrhoeic keratoses over his whole body.
- Noted that a lesion on the right flank was different to all the others, paler.
How do you assess the clinical picture and dermoscopy? What would you do next?
Here is the pathology. What would you do next?
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