Case discussion: How would you treat this patient? [21 August]
This week we have another case discussion from Dr Slavko Doslo. It is about an elderly man presenting for reasons unrelated to his skin. A full skin check is done and these clinical and dermoscopic images are taken. How do you evaluate them?
This is the pathology result. What is your conclusion and what are the next steps you would take to treat this patient?
Case submitted by Dr Slavko Doslo
Please share your thoughts in the comment section below. Professor David Wilkinson will provide his opinion and advice.
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