Atypical moles are more likely than ordinary moles to develop into melanoma.
Atypical moles are most commonly found on the back, chest, buttocks, breasts
Feb 13, 2009 ... Hi I had a mole removed from my leg recently and the doctor's nurse called and
said that it was "precancerous" and that they didn't get all of it, ...
First of all, if you're concerned about a precancerous or "atypical" mole, make
sure that you consult with a dermatologist as opposed to your primary care ...
Dysplastic Nevi (atypical moles) are unusual benign moles that may resemble
melanoma. Learn how to identify if a mole is melanoma.
If your mole contained cancerous or precancerous cells, a tissue specialist (
histopathologist) will look at the biopsy ...
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Dec 1, 2011 ... During Skin Cancer Awareness month, we at DermTV try to share a lot of tips and
tricks for detecting precancerous growths. Even though it's no ...
One mole on the arm was fine, the other one on the other side of the arm and my
back came back as "Precancerous" My question to anyone ...
Aug 16, 2001 ... A Johns Hopkins scientist and a team of collaborators have discovered how
precancerous moles may progress to melanomas, the most deadly ...
Dec 18, 2014 ... If I have pre-cancerous moles and they were removed, why do I still have a
cancer risk in those spots? Doesn't a biopsy mean they were ...
May 3, 2009 ... I went and had to moles removed off my back , both came back as pre cancerous.
My derm said pre cancerous melanoma. What does that ...