Clinically, most melanomas and basal cell carcinomas have a different appearance; however, occasionally a melanoma does not have any pigment and a basal cell carcinoma does have pigment. A biopsy is the only way to differentiate them. Make certain you follow-up with your dermatologist and use sun protection.
Well, a melanoma and BCC are distinctively different, but your photos are of your area post-shave biopsy done, so it's impossible to give you insight now. I'm glad you had the sites examined, and you will need to wait for the pathology report to come back to determine what the sites are.
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