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What is the impact of advanced melanoma on quality of life? Locally advanced cutaneous melanoma has marked quality of life implications. A recent study sought to address the impact on patients of advanced cutaneous melanoma by understanding and describing the patient experience of symptom management.
This week we have an interesting case. From the shown clinical and dermoscopy images, please evaluate, indicate your likely diagnosis, and method of biopsy.
This month, we look at subungual melanoma in situ. The issue of whether a pigmented finger or toe nail needs further evaluation, or biopsy, is a real challenge for most GPs. We simply don’t see enough cases to develop any expertise in this type of case. Honestly, most skin cancer doctors also don’t see enough […]
This week we have an engaging case from Dr Peter Ryan. An 70-year-old male presented for treatment of solar keratosis on his hand. Full body skin check was done during his visit. What is your evaluation of the clinical and dermoscopic images? What would you do next?
Professor Giuseppe Argenziano discusses squamous cell carcinoma of the nail. Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common malignant tumour of the nail unit, commonly affecting the second and third fingers, most often in men. In this month’s skin cancer update video, Giuseppe explains the morphology and diagnostic clues for squamous cell carcinoma of the nail, […]
This week we have an interesting case from Dr Tim Aung. An 40-year-old male presented for a skin check and a lesion was noted. What is your evaluation of the clinical and dermoscopic images? What would you do next?
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A new therapeutic opportunity has been uncovered in the treatment of malignant melanoma that acquired resistance to targeted therapies. Researchers in Belgium have revealed that malignant melanoma can reprogram their protein synthesis machinery and become addicted to a new family of enzymes that modify transfer RNAs during acquired resistance. The inhibition of these molecules synergies with […]
This week we have an engaging case from Dr Tim Aung. An 70-year-old male with two distinct pigmented skin lesions were found on the face, as shown. What is your evaluation of the clinical and dermoscopic images? What would you do next?
What are the effects of lymph node metastasis on survival in patients with mucosal melanoma in the head and neck? Mucosal melanomas in the head and neck region are most often located in the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses. The prognostic effects of lymph node metastasis in patients with sinonasal mucosal melanoma have not been […]