Dermatology Diagnosis – Not Always Easy

"What is that?" you ask. I'm not sure either, but I have some ideas.

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Currently I don’t know what it is. We will take it off and send it to pathology. Schwannoma? Some sort of slow growing cancer? Hemangioma? It doesn’t feel like one. Just a bad scar? It has been growing for 4 years after being excised for the first time after a 3 year growth. So in total it has been there for 7 years growing. Pathology will hopefully be the answer to this question

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