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... for a couple of years but cant pinpoint exactly how long its been there. I never really paid much attention to it but as time went by and it didnt disappear, i became concerned as to what it was. ... (2 replies)
... I know at my Dermo's office it takes at least a week before they have any results. You did the right thing by having them checked out, now just keep your fingers crossed that everything turns out good! (4 replies)
... I had a biopsy of two moles yesterday. How long do results take? ... (4 replies)

... years ago. All of it was removed and he's been going on regular checkup's since. Today his dermatologist's office called with the same diagnosis on a biopsy he had done a couple of weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... Punch biopsy is the best way to do a biopsy. ... (4 replies)
Possible Melanoma?
Nov 11, 2010
... I recently had a physical exam with my Primary Dr. and he immediately noticed a mole on my upper abdomen. He examined it, measured it and asked how long I'd had it. I'm actually not sure how long it's been there myself? ... (0 replies)
... My results from my Dermatologists took only 2 days. The biopsies from my surgery at Moffitt took exactly a week. ... (4 replies)
... a strange looking mole on my back, oddly shaped, different shades of color but it was flat. I showed my family doctor at the time and he did a shave biopsy, the results came back fine, nothing wrong with it. Well a year later i noticed directly underneath the biopsy scar i was developing another weird mole. ... (7 replies)
... yes it was caught early and how long were you told it would take to get the results back from the shave biopsy? ... (12 replies)
Apr 25, 2005
... I had a biopsy done a week ago and have still not heard anything... ... (9 replies)
... method and was wondering how long it normally takes to get results back from the biopsy. My philosophy has always been it is good if you do not hear back from the doctor right away. Is this true of biopsies of the skin? ... (7 replies)
... Like you, I am new to this, however it is my husband who has melanoma. He is 38 years old and was diagnosed with superficial spreading melanoma on his left calf via a punch biopsy. ... (4 replies)
... Anyways, I had 2 atypical moles removed last week and am waiting for biopsy results. I am going crazy thinking about what they could be. ... (0 replies)
... as far as most biopsies go, most are benign. They may come back slightly irregular, but really nothing to worry about. It's important to keep in mind that melanoma is the most rare of skin cancers, though it can be the most aggressive and deadly. ... (4 replies)
... bumpy in texture, asymmetrical. I mean, when you see pictures of melanoma on the internet, these moles were exactly that! ... (4 replies)
... t just TELL the difference between an atypical mole and melanoma just by looking at it. And the fact he called it atypical means it shares visual characteristics with melanoma, which to me means IT LOOKS LIKE MELANOMA. ... (9 replies)
A few questions
Oct 15, 2009
... On Monday I had a mole removed and am awaiting the biopsy results. As far as I know I was born with this mole. As far as I know it was never round but more verticle in length. It was always a very light brown. ... (1 replies)
... and I still miss him. I am writing on here to support individuals who may have melanoma and the family members of of individuals with melanoma. My dad was diagnosed with melanoma at stage one sometime in the 90s. ... (6 replies)
... What is done is done. I know I would also not ask the doctor why a shave biopsy and not a excisional one was to be performed, as I had no inkling nor knowledge about anything to do with this..... ... (4 replies)
... I am new to this health forum and I just read about what you went through. I'm now waiting for biopsy results of a similar growth on side of my nose. Biopsy was done with the novacaine, and dermatologist went under the skin to "suck" out biopsy. I'm quite scared of what the results may be. ... (14 replies)

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