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Subcutaneous Lump

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      Hello! New to the group. Quick question. I have a hard, pea-sized moveable painless lump under my skin on my third toe, left foot. The toe next to it had a WLE with a skin graft a few years ago for melanoma in-situ. I have reached out to my dermatologist but haven’t heard back yet so I thought I would reach out here and see if anyone has experience with getting lumps after MIS. I have had a couple MIS removed and have well over 100 moles on my body with most of them being atypical. I have had several removed and most of them were moderately atypical and one being of uncertain behavior. Thank you for your time.

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          Hello, I have the same issue right now. May I ask if you have had this checked and if so was it recurrence?
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