A: Asymmetry. A is for asymmetrical shape. Look for moles with irregular shapes such as 2 very different looking halves. B: Borders. Look to see if the mole or lesion has an irregular border. These could be borders that are irregular, notched, or scalloped. C: Color. Look for changes in color. Look for moles or…

Amelanotic melanoma is a rare type of melanoma in which the cells do not make melanin. These skin lesions can be pink, red, purple or normal skin color, making them incredibly difficult to diagnose. They typically have an asymmetrical shape, and an irregular faintly pigmented border. Their atypical appearance usually results in delay of diagnosis,…

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