NODULAR BASAL CELL CARCINOMA
By Gary M. White, MD
Nodular BCC on the calf.
A nodular basal cell carcinoma is a general term which refers to the classic BCC. It typically presents clinically as a papule or nodule.
The surrounding skin is relatively un (sun) damaged.
A new white papule on the face can be a benign mole or a BCC as in this case.
A larger BCC on the calf. Note the typical rolled border.
BCC with rolled border on the neck.
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