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How would you manage this lesion on the forearm?

How would you manage this lesion on the forearm of a 55-year-old male patient? Explore your approach with colleagues in the case discussion.

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This week's case discussion from Dr Terry Harvey features a lesion on the forearm of a 55-year-old male patient.

What do you think of the clinical and dermoscopy images here? How would you proceed?

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Update

This lesion was excised and reported as an infiltrative subtype basal cell carcinoma with clear margins.

 

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