Ways to map and keep track of mole changes
Taking digital photographs of your skin is an easy way to monitor changes in existing moles or the development of new moles.
Ideally photos of all the body areas should be recorded – chest, tummy
, upper and lower legs (front and back), back, arms
, face and scalp.
Having a friend, partner or family member to help with 'spot the difference' can make things easier, especially for areas such as the back and scalp
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