Haslam D. Haslam’s view: If I knew then what I know now… . Practitioner 2017;261(1804):31

If I knew then what I know now…

23 May 2017Pais-up subscribers

Directly in front of me sat a woman whose neck I can picture perfectly even after all these years. It was the suspicious looking lesion just below her hairline that had caught my attention. I felt it could well be a malignant melanoma. What should I do?

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