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Weekly Quiz

An 11-year-old patient presents to your clinic with a hairless, pale brown, flat lesion. In the past few months, the colour has become variegated. It is approximately 22cm on their back. The patient's parents are concerned about the development of melanoma.

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Which of the following is correct?
A. The risk of melanoma developing is minimal.
B. This should be treated with C02 laser.
C. This patient has a risk of developing non-cutaneous melanoma
D. Patients with giant CNM should not be operated on until adulthood.