When a plantar pigmented lesion increases in size with irregular borders and drainage
from Podiatry Today
A 61-year-old male with diabetes presents to the clinic reporting a mole on the bottom of his right foot that had increased in size over the past five months. The area is not painful but the patient has a history of peripheral neuropathy. There is no history of trauma. Within the past one to two weeks, the patient noticed some bloody drainage from the area on his sock. The patient denies any difficulty breathing, pruritus, fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or leg pain.
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