2020
DOI: 10.1111/dth.14307
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Abstract: A 67-year-old woman presented with a small oval-shaped, slowgrowing protuberance on the right supra-auricolar scalp area. The lesion had been present for several months, and no evident symptoms were reported. Physical examination revealed a 9 × 6 mm single nodule. The nodule was pinkish-red, sharply circumscribed, firm, and slightly tender (Figure 1A). There was neither regional lymphadenopathy nor other suspicious skin lesions on the rest of the body. Dermoscopy showed a shiny nodule with a homogenous, pinkis…

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