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Black head on thigh. Developing into a small mole. Itchy and scaly. Is it dangerous?

i am thirty years old female.Middle of last year many black heads appeared on my thigh. i squeezed out most of them but one blackhead remained.i tried very hard to remove it but could not.after somedays it started to grow as a raised mole.not very big but very round black & small.Soon i went to a dermatologist & she removed it. She said it has has routes & its not dangerous.but again it had reapperad from the same spot.time by time it has raised.this time bigger than last time.sometimes its itchy & looks scaly.but round and black.looks like a normal raised this dangerous?iam concerned now
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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Hi...dear user..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
It could be Melanoma..,
First ruled out whether it s simple or complicated..,
By doing Biopsy...,
Recurrence is common in Malignant type..,
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