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Lesions and Superficial Spreading Melanoma Stage Unspecified
Treato found 57 discussions about Superficial Spreading Melanoma Stage Unspecified and Lesions on the web.
20.9% of the posts that mention Superficial Spreading Melanoma Stage Unspecified also mention Lesions (57 posts)
Superficial Spreading Melanoma Stage Unspecified
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Lesion is small and NOT all the features of melanoma ...
"This is second opinion on my melanoma and again the same. ...Lesion is small and NOT all the features of melanoma present ...Both pathologists said the same - another opinion required - not melanoma clearly."
30mm, not ulcerated, SSM (superficial spreading melanoma) ...
"As the others have said, this is a low risk lesion, so try to take it easy on yourself. ...I am not saying it is a toothache, but hopefully in your case, it is just an infection of some sort and not... "
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