What Do Lesions Look like?

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A lesion begins as a small round or oval area of skin thickening. As it continues to grow, the central area becomes atrophic, which leaves a hollow that is covered by thin skin. The less common forms normally include a superficial basal cell carcinoma, which resembles a patch of dermatitis.
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