Malignant melanoma Prevention is avoid the sun for high-risk groups, taken biopsy of nevus, not mole; prognosis factor is depth of tumor invasion, lymph node metastasis, lesion site, removal scope, age and gender.
Malignant melanoma complication include metamorphopsia or visually impaired, exudative retinal detachment, extraocular and systemic metastasis, endophthalmitis or eye inflammation.
Treatment for Malignant melanoma is Surgical, biopsy, resection, regional lymphadenectomy, combined with chemotherapy, medication, biological therapy, radiotherapy.
Diagnosis for Malignant melanoma include scleral transillumination line, ultrasonic, FFA, CT, MRI examination, Histology, urine test and more.
Malignant melanoma Symptoms include rapid growth for the nodular melanoma; pigmented spots color brown, black, red, white; Edge serrated change; surface not smooth; focus skin edema; itching, burning or tenderness.
Causes of Malignant melanoma is two solar burns, Other risk factors include white people, dysplastic nevus syndrome, the mole, congenital nevi, Black people is rare.
Types of Malignant melanoma include Malignant melanoma in situ, invasive malignant melanoma, lentigo maligna melanoma, superficial spreading melanoma, acral lentiginous melanoma, nodular melanoma, vevus cell malignancy.
Melanoma is malignant melanocytes tumour that origin from the skin and mucous membrane, eyes and central nervous system, pigmented area surrounding the proliferation of normal skin, have bleeding, ulcers, itching or pain.
Malignant melanoma is the skin tumors that melanocytes proliferation in skin and other organs, types include in situ malignant melanoma and invasive malignant melanoma.