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What is Chondroid melanoma?

What is Chondroid melanoma?

  • Chondroid melanoma: Heterologous differentiation is exceedingly rare in melanoma. Chondroid change in the absence of osteogenic differentiation is extremely rare in malignant melanoma. Melanoma should be considered in the differential diagnosis of primary cutaneous neoplasms exhibiting cartilaginous differentiation.

Chondroid melanoma: Introduction

Types of Chondroid melanoma:

Broader types of Chondroid melanoma:

How serious is Chondroid melanoma?

Prognosis of Chondroid melanoma: The rate of basal cell skin cancer returning is about 1% with Mohs surgery to up to 10% for other forms of treatment. Smaller basal cell carcinomas are less likely to come back than larger ones.
Complications of Chondroid melanoma: see complications of Chondroid melanoma

What causes Chondroid melanoma?

Causes of Chondroid melanoma: see causes of Chondroid melanoma

What are the symptoms of Chondroid melanoma?

Symptoms of Chondroid melanoma: see symptoms of Chondroid melanoma

Complications of Chondroid melanoma: see complications of Chondroid melanoma

Chondroid melanoma: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Chondroid melanoma.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Chondroid melanoma.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Chondroid melanoma: Oncologist, Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Chondroid melanoma.
Treatments for Chondroid melanoma: see treatments for Chondroid melanoma

Name of Chondroid melanoma

Main name of condition: Chondroid melanoma


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