Customer's Comment: This mole is on my breast. I was not sure how to measure
it, since the skin is stretched due to breastfeeding.
Size (Length): 4.0 mm
Perimeter: 13.0 mm
Area: 9.7 sq. mm
Asymmetry: 13 (Very High)
Border irregularity: 4 (Medium)
Skin Mole #4
Customer's Comment: This started out as a round very dark (almost black)
mole right next to my left hip bone just above pubic line. In 2005, my
doctor thought it looked suspicious and decided to attempt to remove it. I
was pregnant at the time so while it was healing it stretched. It came back
as fine but I have had every MD that sees it tell me to get it checked ASAP.
Obviously the first doctor did not get it all out. It has changed in the
last 6 years. It has gotten bigger then when it first started to reappear
after the first attempt at removing it.
Please look this over and let me know what you think.
Customer's Comment: I have an appointment with a dermatologist
about this mole on November 19. This one showed up (or became more
noticeable...) very suddenly. My massage therapist noticed it and commented.
She sees me once a week. According to a video app on my phone, it is of
concern. It looks nasty to me as well. I think I should seek more immediate
diagnosis and treatment. Thanks for your help.
PS - I'm a professional photographer, and this is an accurate
representation, in terms of color, contrast, and focus.
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uses the MoleSense™
software to draw the border of the moles and calculate the border irregularity,
asymmetry, perimeter and area
of the moles (based in part on the mole size information provided by the image
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