What is maligment melanoma?
Malignant (progressively worsening) Melanoma (tumor) is a type of skin cancer.
The odds of melanoma vary from person to person. The odds of someone getting melanoma is high if they have a family history. Read More
everyone can get melanoma1 out of 3 people can get melanoma Read More
If you suspect you have melanoma, see a doctor as soon as possible. Read More
You can get a Mole and then get Melanoma weenis Read More
The most common form of melanoma in African Americans is acral lentiginous melanoma. Read More
You are insurable, just keep in mind what will normally happen is the company may place a rider on the melanoma. The rider will exclude coverage for anything having to do with the melanoma and any future melanoma conditions. Read More
The characteristics of melanoma are Asymmetry, Border irregularity, Color, Diameter Read More
Melanoma malignum - the name is proposed by R.Corwell at 1888. Read More
Malignant melanoma may develop anywhere on the body. Read More
What health organizations provide guidelines for the width of the incision to remove malignant melanoma?
Studies from the World Health Organization Melanoma Group and by the Melanoma Intergroup Committee in the United States have provided general guidelines based on the depth of penetration of the melanoma. Read More
No. Melanoma is not contagious. Read More
Melanoma is a cancer usually caused by sunshine but not always. Yes they can. Read More
Vincent J. McGovern has written: 'Malignant melanoma' -- subject(s): Diagnosis, Melanoma, Mole (Dermatology), Pathological Histology 'The nature of melanoma' -- subject(s): Melanoma 'Shock' -- subject(s): Shock Read More
Melanoma is a non-communicable disease and is not transmitted as an infectious disease is. It is the spreading of the disease. Read More
I know melanoma is more severe, spreads faster etc. Read More
Malignant melanoma http://www.medicinenet.com/melanoma/article.htm Read More
No form of melanoma is believed to be related to asbestos. Read More
whites and greys have a better chance of getting melanoma Read More
The annual mortality rate for melanoma is 7,215 individuals. Read More
Melanoma is a cancer of the skin. And the skin is technically a part of the integumentary system. Read More
Melanoma is not cured unless it is diagnosed at a stage when it can be isolated and removed surgically. Read More
No it cannot be transmitted by close physical contact however possibly because of genes or inherited skin coloring, children of patients with melanoma have a slightly higher risk of catching melanoma Read More
Melanoma is a form of skin cancer that arises form melanocytes Melanoma is most common in Caucasians Why do Caucasians have a greater incidence of melanoma?
Their skin is lighter and more UV rays enter the skin. Read More
Melanoma skin cancer can start off as minor changes in a person's skin. Melanoma appears as black spots on the affected area and can be fatal if not treated early. Read More
No, melanoma is skin cancer derived from melanocytes. Non-melanoma skin cancer is a malignant growth of the external surface or epithelial layer of the skin. Read More
Melanoma is cancer. If not caught early enough on the skin it goes inside the body and will kill. Read More
Malignant melanoma arises in the Stratum basale layer of the epidermal layer. Read More
Melanoma is a type of skin cancer involving the pigment-containing cells. It is not infectious; it cannot be passed to another person by contact or through the air. However, a skin graft that includes melanoma cancer cells might result in the graft recipient getting melanoma. Read More
Melanoma is a tumor of melanin-forming cells, typically a malignant tumor associated with skin cancer. Read More
Melanoma is usually caused by exposure to sun light. Please use sunscreen every day, no matter the weather. Read More
A squamous cell is a type of skin cancer. It is a non melanoma skin cancer, versus a melanoma cancer. Read More
You cannot get rid of melanoma yourself. You need to see a dermatologist to have it removed. You will want to do this before it grows anymore. Read More
melanoma can affect the every system in your body because you are dying!:/ Read More
Malignant melanoma develops when the melanocytes no longer respond to normal control mechanisms of cellular growth. Read More
Melanoma is a skin cancer that occurs in the melanocyte cells of the body. What could be a cause of melanoma?
Ultraviolet radiation (part of sunlight). Read More
Malignant melanoma is locally staged based on the depth of penetration through the skin and its appendages. Read More