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Many times going to the market with his mother, baby Lo Bao Trong noticed the eyes and left fingers pointing at him. At the age of 6, the child began to feel his different face every time he looked in the mirror.

Like many other young couples, Mr. Lo Van Phang and Ms. Hoang Thi Nhat (Chao Ha 1 village, Nghia Loi commune, Nghia Lo town, Yen Bai province) were happy when they learned that they were about to become fathers and mothers. They are nervous to welcome their child into their lives.

During her pregnancy, Ms. Nhat went for regular check-ups, and doctors said the fetus was healthy with no signs of abnormalities. She and her husband never thought that their child would be born with physical defects.

Unfortunately, baby Lo Bao Trong was born with a large area of ​​his face darkened. Loving their child, even though the family’s finances were difficult, Ms. Nhat and her husband also arranged to take their child to the hospital for examination. Here, the doctors informed that his son had congenital melanoma. For her and her husband, the name of the disease is new, they have never known it before.

Through research, she learned that melanoma is a type of skin tumor with special cells (nevus cells). Nevus cells are characterized by large cells, enlarged nuclei, uniform protoplasm, and cells stained with black pigment, sometimes forming clusters.

In general, congenital melanoma has irregular borders, most are raised on the skin, some may be flat and dot-shaped, and may or may not have hair. After birth, melanoma grows in proportion to the increase in body size.

People with this disease must undergo surgery. Surgery to remove melanoma can be considered as early as possible to ensure function and aesthetics as well as prevent the possibility of malignancy of the lesion. Especially with lesions that have ulcers and itching. For young children, surgery should be done before going to school so that the child will not be affected psychologically.

When he was 18 months old, Bao Trong was taken to surgery in Hanoi by a charity organization. Surgery to give your baby a normal face requires a long journey. Photo: LB

When he was 18 months old, Bao Trong was taken to surgery in Hanoi by a charity organization. Surgery to give your baby a normal face requires a long journey.

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