A 64-year-old man with a history of numerous nonmelanoma skin cancers presents with a lesion on the left side of his nose that was first noticed about 6 months ago and is slowly growing. Can you make the diagnosis?
Researchers studied a total of 1903 cases of pediatric melanoma and patients were 54.4% female, the mean age was 12.4 years, and 89.8% were White.
The myeloid index score captures the prognostic value of blood myeloid cells and may be used in the management of patients with melanoma.
A structured surveillance program for high-risk melanoma patients can be scaled and successfully replicated even in a primary care skin cancer clinic.