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Saturday, 10 May 2008
A 32-year-old woman consulted for a mole check-up.
Clinical examination revealed the greatest mole localized on her left scapular area.
At dermoscopy, this lesion featured a pink veil, irregular streaks, irregular globules, an atypical reticular pattern, linear irregular vessels.
Two diagnoses were possible: superficial spreading melanoma or atypical nevus. The patient did not mention any changing in surface or borders.
This lesion was excised and pathology revealed an atypical nevus ( compound) with a slight irritation.
Publié par Dr Eric EHRSAM à l'adresse 00:01
Libellés : atypical reticular pattern, irregular globules, irregular streaks, linear-irregular vessel, pink veil