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We present a case of a 16-year-old young man who came for a dermatologic appointment due to acne. He presented a pigmented asymptomatic lesion on the back of his right thigh. Dermoscopic examination revealed uncommon aspects, highly suspect of nodular melanoma, in particular a blue-whitish veil, striae and asymmetric globules. The lesion was promptly removed and the material referred for histopathologic examination. Microscopic findings showed an atypical spitzoid tumor, compatible withpmid:21251441 fatcat:dbl4goxfgvf7lpzigu54ncr5im