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AuthorBarnhill, Raymond L. author
TitlePathology of Malignant Melanoma [electronic resource] / by Raymond L. Barnhill
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2004
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-9064-8
Descript VIII, 193 p. online resource

SUMMARY

An excerpt from "Pathology of Melanocytic Nevi and Malignant Melanoma, Second Edition", Pathology of Malignant Melanoma provides a highly practical approach to the histopathological diagnosis of melanoma of the skin. Emphasis is placed on the differential diagnosis of major forms of conventional melanoma, and the book also discusses unusual or rare variants that are difficult to recognize. This portable, user-friendly handbook addresses epidemiology, criteria for diagnosis and classification of melanoma, risk factors, and other morphological and cytological variants. More than 30 easy-to-read tables provide at-a-glance reference and over 100 full color illustrations complement the text


CONTENT

Descriptive Epidemiology -- Criteria for Diagnosis and Classification of Melanoma -- Conventional Melanomas -- Conventional Microinvasive Melanoma -- Conventional Invasive Melanoma -- Melanomas without Adjacent Intraepidermal Component -- Solar Melanoma -- Acral Melanoma (Palmar-Plantar Melanoma, Volar-Subungual Melanoma) -- Subungual Melanoma (Melamoma of the Nail Apparatus) -- Other Morphological and Cytological Variants of Melanoma -- Unusual or Rare Variations of Melanoma and Particular Histomorphologic Alterations -- Regression -- Diagnosis and Management of the Borderline or Controversial Lesions Suggesting Melanoma -- Histopathologic Reporting of Melanoma -- References -- Appendix I: Immunohistochemical Evaluation of Melanoma -- Appendix II: Prognostic Factors for Malignant Melanoma -- Appendix III: TNM Staging Classification for Malignant Melanoma -- Appendix IV: Histopathological Reporting of Malignant Melanoma -- Appendix V: Melanoma Staging, Prognostic Factors, and Pathology Reporting by Martin J. Trotter -- 187


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