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BOF: 3.114

A 66 year old male presents with an ulcer on his cheek. He says he has had an ulcer on his cheek for some time but recently he has noticed that it seems to be becoming larger. He has no significant past medical history apart from mild hypertension controlled with a thiazide diuretic.

On examination you note an ulcer with an irregular border. It is of variegate colour.

What is the likely diagnosis?

a)      Malignant melanoma

b)      Basal cell carcinoma

c)      Kaposiís sarcoma

d)     Squamous cell carcinoma

e)      Pyoderma gangrenosum

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