82 Year Old with Pigmented Lesion
Part of the Clinical Cases in Dermatology book series (CLIDADE)
The patient showed a dark and irregular lesion in an area of chronically sun exposed skin (Fig. 18.1). He had no previous treatment. A biopsy was performed.
KeywordsBasal Cell Carcinoma Pigment Lesion Invasive Melanoma Melanoma Case Brown Patch
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