A 45-year-old female with a history of malignant melanoma presents to her family physician with a pruritic black lesion on her leg. She mentions she first noticed it after returning from a family picnic two days earlier. She’s concerned about malignancy and requests a biopsy. Examination reveals an irregular glossy black macule above her left ankle. Which of the following is the most likely cause of this patient’s presentation? A) Cigarette burn B) Brown recluse spider bite C) Poison ivy D) Sun exposure

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B) Brown recluse spider bite ?

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Answer is B

? B. Brown recluse spider bite

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It's B

B) Brown recluse spider bite

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THE ANSWER IS C... POISON. IVY....

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