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In that case I would advise to have an examination of one of the lesions under microscope to confirm diagnosis. I would suggest to discuss it with skin specialist to have an examination first and then confirmatory test
There is also another test that could be helpful in diagnosis would be dermoscopy
Dermoscopy is a noninvasive, in vivo technique primarily used for the examination of pigmented skin lesions;
Dermoscopy is performed with a handheld instrument called a dermatoscope. The procedure allows for the visualization of subsurface skin structures in the epidermis, at the dermoepidermal junction, and in the upper dermis; these structures are usually not visible to the naked eye. The dermoscopic images may be photographed or recorded digitally for storage or sequential analysis.