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WebMD has an image slide show depicting precancerous skin lesions and skin cancer conditions. Information about various types of skin cancers and methods of recognizing them accompanies these pictures. More »

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Basel cell carcinomas, which typically manifest as raised or flat red patches that contain abnormal blood vessels, can occur anywhere on the body, including the legs, the American Cancer Society explains. Melanomas often... More »

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The American Academy of Dermatology and the Eye Cancer Foundation both present photos of skin cancer on the eyelid. Basal cell carcinomas are more likely to occur on the lower lid, typically don't spread and can be remov... More »

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Mayo Clinic provides a slide show of common, rash-like lesions, and WebMD offers a slide show of different types of skin lesions and the associated risk for the development of skin cancer. Early identification of precanc... More »

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Certain types of skin cancer, such as basal cell and squamous cell skin cancer, can cause itchy or painful skin lesions, according to WebMD. Melanoma, however, is less likely to exhibit those symptoms. More »

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The WebMD, Healthline and MedicineNet offer pictures of various types of skin cancer. Mayo Clinic also offers pictures of different types of skin cancer on its website. More »

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Some medical websites with images of skin cancer are ones from organizations such as WebMD, the American Cancer Society, Healthline and Mayo Clinic. Healthline and the American Cancer Society feature extensive galleries ... More »

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