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Lesions and Superficial Spreading Melanoma Stage Unspecified

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Superficial Spreading Melanoma Stage Unspecified

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Superficial spreading melanoma (also known as "Superficially spreading melanoma") (SSM) is usually characterized as the most common form of cutaneous melanoma in Caucasians. The average age at diagnosis is in the fifth decade, and it tends to occur on sun-exposed skin, especially on the backs ... Read more on Wikipedia
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(i.e. Superficial Spreading Melanoma)- but I still stand by...
...say on her path report (i.e. Superficial Spreading Melanoma)- but I still stand by ...point. This is an early lesion with little chance of ...your mucosal with this cutaneous lesion in terms...
SSM (superficial spreading melanoma) stage 1a. I will be...
...of .30mm, not ulcerated, SSM (superficial spreading melanoma) stage 1a. I will be ...this is a low risk lesion, so try to take it ...to the thin low risk lesion. Best wishes, and congratulat...
is also a very rare lesion in someone so young. It is much...
...is also a very rare lesion in someone so young. It is much more likely that you had superficial spreading melanoma - although as you rightly say it doesnt fit...
is also a very rare lesion in someone so young. It is much...
...is also a very rare lesion in someone so young. It is much more likely that you had superficial spreading melanoma - although as you rightly say it doesnt fit...
spreading melanoma, even late nodular melanoma looks...
...of what lentigo maligna melanoma, superficial spreading melanoma, even late nodular melanoma looks ...a great text on melanocytic lesions, especially for primary care doctors....
spreading melanoma, Breslow depth 1.57, no ulceration,...
...foot that came back a superficial spreading melanoma, Breslow depth 1.57, no ulceration, ...One of the fears I have is of cancer cells getting in the ...I have read, thicker lesions are the m...
is so high for a lesion like yours, scans can have false...
...so high for a lesion like yours, scans can ...did not change a thing. Superficial Spreading Melanoma is typically very slow growing. ...that. I watched my second melanoma (in situ) for seve...
2) D Superficial spreading melanoma is the most common sub...
...Superficial spreading melanoma is the most ...slightly elevated brown lesion with variegate pigmentation, ...or squamous cell carcinoma. Superficial spreading melanoma, the most common sub-t...
froze off some precancerous lesions. He has also done shave...
...body and froze off some precancerous lesions. He has also done shave ...unreasonable since it wasn't a typical superficial spreading melanoma lesion. I'm not sure how...
and superficial spreading melanoma. In 2 cases, FISH was...
...included dysplastic nevus and superficial spreading melanoma. In 2 cases, FISH ...on histologic features, each lesion was designated as likely ...type), a truly borderline lesion, or a melano...
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