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Why do I have a bald spot scar on the back of the head ?

Bald spot scar on the back of the head , was born with it....had it all my life Hello, I was born with a scar on the back of my head...I was told when I was a baby it looked as if my head was split....It s 3Dish, meaning, you can feel it and it pops up... It is also a bald spot as well, hair grows around it, but not on it....Is there a name for it? and How much would it be to cut the tissue and flatten it? I can provide a picture if you would like?
Asked On : Fri, 13 May 2011
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Hi welcome to healthcareMagic Forum

the above signs and symptoms suggestive of a black mole on the back of the head.. No treatment is required until it is disturbing you....If the mole increase in size , discharge from it, or any other changes then you need to excise it... for further details you can consult a dermatologist...
Answered: Sat, 14 May 2011
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