Melanoma of the Hand: Current Practice and New Frontiers
AbstractMelanoma of the hand represents a complicated clinical entity. Anatomic features of the hand create challenges in successful management of melanoma not encountered elsewhere in the body. The objectives of this article are to outline current standards for managing melanoma of the hand including diagnosis, surgical, and chemotherapeutic management. Particular emphasis will be placed on currently debated topics of the role of sentinel lymph node biopsy, the role of Mohs micrographic surgery, tissue sparing management of subungual melanoma, and the consideration of melanoma of the hand as a distinct entity based on clinical and molecular studies. View Full-Text
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Turner, J.B.; Rinker, B. Melanoma of the Hand: Current Practice and New Frontiers. Healthcare 2014, 2, 125-138.
Turner JB, Rinker B. Melanoma of the Hand: Current Practice and New Frontiers. Healthcare. 2014; 2(1):125-138.Chicago/Turabian Style
Turner, John B.; Rinker, Brian. 2014. "Melanoma of the Hand: Current Practice and New Frontiers." Healthcare 2, no. 1: 125-138.