Also the difference in benign and malignant is not that one is cancer and the other is not. they are in fact all neoplasms (cancer). the difference in benign and malignant is that a benign neoplasm has cells that stay within the boundarys of the anomaly whereas with malignant the cells multiply and spread out (simple explanation), Again the physician on visual inspection cannot know what type of cell(s) are within the "lesion"
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