J Dermatol Plast Surg | Volume 4, Issue 1 | Case Report | Open Access
Cooper Tye1 and Jennifer Clay Cather2*
1University of Texas Health San Antonio, USA 2Mindful Dermatology and Modern Research Associates, Dallas, TX, USA
*Correspondance to: Jennifer Clay CatherFulltext PDF
Aesthetic physicians and their staff may be the first point of contact for patients who have skin cancers. Encouraging aesthetic centers staff to inquire about any lesions that are painful, changing or bleeding will help save lives. We present a case of a woman presenting for a neurotoxin procedure and during her intake was found to have an amelanotic melanoma by a medical assistant.
Tye C, Cather JC. Hemorrhagic Papule on a Women’s Forearm. J Dermatol Plast Surg. 2019;3(2):1024.