The clinical presentation of melanoma varies between patients, stage of diagnosis, subtype, and may initially present the same as any other pigmented macule or patch on the skin.
A woman presents with lesions that first appeared on her legs 3 weeks ago and were preceded by low-grade fever and chills.
A patient presents with a skin lesion on his right temple that has increased in size and occasionally bleeds.
A woman presents with an itchy rash on her arm that she reports developed after receiving a subcutaneous injection of a biologic agent.
A man presents with multiple erythematous papules and nodules on his chest, arms, and upper back.
A fair-skinned, elderly woman presents for evaluation of a skin lesion on her left jaw.
A patient presents with a large hyperpigmented patch with increased hair growth that began developing on his upper chest and neck around puberty.