A retrospective study identified incidence of and treatment trends for anorectal mucosal melanoma tumors.
Researchers in Colorado reviewed data on melanoma in pediatric patients 10 to 19 years, finding sex-specific differences in anatomic site and incidence of the disease.
Patients who present with irregular or growing amelanocytic lesions on the acral surface of the hands or feet should undergo biopsy promptly.
A comparison study of the tumor molecular profiles of NM and SSM sought to explain the distinctly different prognoses among patients with either of these 2 histologic subtypes.
Retrospective study investigated the effect sequence has on overall survival in patients with melanoma brain metastases treated with a combination of SRS, WBRT, immunotherapy, or targeted therapy.