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What is Myxoid melanoma?

What is Myxoid melanoma?

  • Myxoid melanoma: Myxoid melanoma is a rare variant of malignant melanoma. The diagnostic problems are obviously increased when it presents as amelanotic metastasis in a lymph node. In the present case, myxoid metastasis occurred with the partial spontaneous disappearance of the primary nonmyxoid malignant melanoma.

Myxoid melanoma: Introduction

Types of Myxoid melanoma:

Broader types of Myxoid melanoma:

How serious is Myxoid melanoma?

Prognosis of Myxoid melanoma: Features that affect prognosis are tumor thickness in millimeters (Breslow's depth), depth related to skin structures (Clark level), type of melanoma, presence of ulceration, presence of lymphatic/perineural invasion, presence of tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (if present, prognosis is better), location of lesion, presence of satellite lesions, and presence of regional or distant metastasis.
Complications of Myxoid melanoma: see complications of Myxoid melanoma

What causes Myxoid melanoma?

Causes of Myxoid melanoma: see causes of Myxoid melanoma

What are the symptoms of Myxoid melanoma?

Symptoms of Myxoid melanoma: see symptoms of Myxoid melanoma

Complications of Myxoid melanoma: see complications of Myxoid melanoma

Myxoid melanoma: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Myxoid melanoma.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Myxoid melanoma.

How is it treated?

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

Name of Myxoid melanoma

Main name of condition: Myxoid melanoma


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