I have a smooth patch on my finger, which is pale pink or orange in color. It is not painful, and it is very slightly raised, but you can only feel it raised. If you see it, it appears flat. It had appeared overnight on a previously clear area of skin and has grown a tiny amount since the three months it has been on my finger. If I examine the patch closely, it is 5 mm in size, and I can see tiny pin-sized red dots within the patch. What could this be? I have tried to find something similar online, and I cannot seem to see anything similar that is smooth like mine, it almost looks as though it is underneath the surface of my skin. I have not injured my finger at all.
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I have uploaded two photos of the lesion on my finger. I hope this can help you.
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