Case discussion: How would you treat this patient? [5 April]
In this week’s case discussion from Dr Dave Stewart, we look at a 47-year-old lady who was initially seen with a long-term pigmented skin lesion on her upper arm in 2018 and returned again in 2021.
- 47-year-old female
- Long-term pigmented lesion
The patient was reassured in 2018. She returned in 2021, reporting “recent change in the lesion”. Please review and compare the images. What is your assessment? Has this changed? What would you do next?
Here is the pathology result. What would you do next?
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