A superficially spreading melanoma on the chest - Image

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Superficially spreading melanoma is more common in elderly people. The prognosis is better than in the nodular type. The excision margins should be determined on the basis of the depth of the tumour (Clark and Breslow classification).

A superficially spreading melanoma on the chest


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