Case discussion: How would you treat this patient? [22 February]
This week’s case discussion from Dr Sally Parsons features a 47-year-old fair-skinned female patient who presented for a skin check. A small pigmented lesion was found on the patient’s shoulder, subtly getting darker over a 12-month period since it was first noticed.
- 47-year-old female
- Small pigmented lesion on shoulder
What do you make of the dermoscopy? Would you biopsy, and if so, how?
Here is the pathology. What next?
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