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Also within the dermis is an inflammatory of lymphocytes, histiocytes and scattered melanophages. Margins appear free in these sections. Clinical pathologic correlation is recommended.

I got a letter saying 'normal moles' but these words are on the actual report that came with the report.  Why would these things be in my skin?  

I had colon cancer 4 years ago that returned in my liver a year ago so anything and everything terrifies me!

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the pathologist was 'covering his butt'.  

All benign and healing nicely.  
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