Melanoma in Clinical Practice

Melanoma in Clinical Practice


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This book provides a concise practical guide to melanoma enabling the reader to develop a thorough understanding of the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of melanoma. It features easy to digest instructional text that describes a variety of techniques for detecting and staging melanoma including total body photography. Surgical, radiation and systemic therapy treatment options as well as prevention strategies are also covered.

Melanoma in Clinical Practice represents a thorough guide on how to diagnose treat and prevent melanoma, and provides a valuable resource for the trainee and experienced clinical dermatologists who are seeking a reference guide to use in their clinical practice.