A spot on the back with spokes, no joke! An elderly woman presents with a pink-brown plaque that has some eccentric black pigmentation. What dermoscopic features are most useful in diagnosing this lesion? Case presentation An elderly girl with a history of skin cancer presented for a routine epidermis check, and a suspicious pigmented lesion was noted on her upper back. She was completely unaware of its existence, and her hubby, who had failing vision, had not noticed it. So far as the patient was aware, the lesion had under no circumstances bled.The peer-review procedure found in Hindawi’s journals depends primarily on the expertise of its editorial board members and the guest editors of special issues, who are in charge of supervising the overview of submitted manuscripts.5 Since the peer reviewers chosen by the guest editors weren’t subject to any kind of independent verification, editors themselves could undermine the procedure in much the same way that authors or third-party agencies did elsewhere: by creating fake reviewer identities and addresses from which they submitted positive reviews endorsing publication. When all manuscripts dealt with by these editors were examined, a total of 32 articles were identified that were accepted because of the comments of fake reviewers.