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8/4/20
Superficial Spreading Melanoma vs. Nodular Melanoma - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Superficial Spreading Melanoma vs. Nodular Melanoma - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
The left side of this exhibit features three sets of images illustrating the general progression of a superficial spreading melanoma. The right side of the exhibit features the same three sets of images illustrating the general progression of a nodular melanoma. Each set of images consists of an exterior 'surface' view of the skin allowing us to show the outer appearance and a cross sectional view of the skin allowing us to show the verticle depth of the lesions.

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