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Punch Biopsy Burning Man Discussion | Auburn Medical Group

This skin lesion was biopsied using a punch biopsy instrument to obtain a sample for evaluation by a Pathologist to rule out cancer. We were specifically concerned for possible malignant melanoma, although other skin cancers can also have pigmentation. The

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Welder’s Punch Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

This punch biopsy to rule out malignant melanoma found: SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS WITH LICHENOID INFLAMMATION It is benign, and no further treatment is needed. Thank you to our patrons on Patreon at the $5 level and higher: BooBoo Kitty Lindsay Graff

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Forearm Shave Biopsy | Auburn Medical Group

A shave biopsy is done on this forearm skin lesion to determine if it a skin cancer. It will require further treatment if it is a skin cancer and there is remaining cancer present at the margins of the biopsy

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Karla’s Skin Lesion Biopsy

Karla’s skin lesion shave biopsy is performed both to remove the growth from her cheek and to confirm that it is only a benign seborrheic keartosis and not a skin cancer. The pathology found that it was a benign seborrheic

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