Case studies

Delay in excising basal cell carcinoma

Our client had known Atypical Mole Syndrome (AMS) phenotype and was recognised as being prone to skin cancer. She attended her specialist with a basal cell carcinoma on her nose that was wrongly diagnosed as actinic keratosis and was discharged.

As a result, there was a delay in diagnosing and excising the carcinoma, made more difficult by the growth of the carcinoma in the meantime and requiring skin graft and dermabrasion. The case settled for £17,500.

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