A 78-Year-Old Tennis Player With a Growth on His Scalp

Carl H. Manstein, MD, MBA; Samuel Max Manstein


July 20, 2016

Correct Answer: C. Biopsy of the lesion

A rectal exam looking for prostatic changes and nodules would be something to consider if his PSA had not been checked in over a year. At this time, the radiographic studies are not necessary and would not change the primary management and need for a definitive biopsy.

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