A novel surgical margin (1cm) might be from benefit for patients with dysplastic nevi, thin melanomas and melanoma in situ: analysis based on clinical cases.

Publication date: Feb 11, 2020

Malignant melanoma is an oncologic disease, whose current management among others includes surgical and immunological therapy. According to the current recommendations of the American Joint Committee on Cancer the surgical excision of the primary tumour should be performed in two operative sessions, which has several consequences. The following paper will present and discuss six cases of pigmented lesions and the advantages of the One Step Melanoma Surgery (OSMS) in their management. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Tchernev, G., , Malev, Patterson, J.W., and Lotti, T. A novel surgical margin (1cm) might be from benefit for patients with dysplastic nevi, thin melanomas and melanoma in situ: analysis based on clinical cases. 25765. 2020 Dermatol Ther.

Concepts Keywords
Malignant Melanoma Malignant melanoma
Melanoma Tumour
Melanomas Medicine
Surgical Margin Organ systems
Tumour Clinical medicine
Melanoma
Dysplastic nevus
Neoplasm
Melanocytic nevus

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH surgical margin
disease MESH dysplastic nevi
disease MESH melanomas
pathway KEGG Melanoma
disease MESH Cancer

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