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A primary BRAFF600E positive 0.9 mm Breslow thickness superficial spreading malignant melanoma was treated with wide local excision the previous year, which recurred within five months and he was found to have in-transit metastasis with left axillary palpable lymphadenopathy.
Superficial spreading malignant melanoma is the most common form of malignant melanoma.
In 1975, Kornberg and Ackerman (6) reported that pigmented RN could closely resemble superficial spreading malignant melanoma (SSMM), both clinically and histologically, and proposed the term pseudomelanoma to describe this benign phenomenon.
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