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Routes of Lymphatic Spread of Malignant Melanoma (Maps)

Disease regression in malignant melanoma-should patients be encouraged to seek alternative treatments? Case Report.

Complete Spontaneous Regression of Pulmonary Metastatic Melanoma

The Body Can Beat Terminal Cancer — Sometimes

Cancers Can Vanish Without Treatment, but How?

Long-term spontaneous regression of malignant melanoma with visceral metastases. Report of a case with immunologic profile.

Immunity over inability: The spontaneous regression of cancer

Melanoma: Treatment Decision Tree

The time from diagnostic excision biopsy to wide local excision for primary cutaneous malignant melanoma may not affect patient survival.

The Revised Melanoma Staging System and the Impact of Mitotic Rate

Extensive lymph node surgery may not be necessary for some patients with melanoma

Persistent pain after surgery for cutaneous melanoma.

Neuropathic pain and quality of life after wide local excision and sentinel lymph node biopsy for melanoma: a multicentre study.

Recurrence and survival after neck dissections in cutaneous head and neck melanoma

Overall survival in patients with metastatic melanoma.

A Dermatologist’s Battle with Melanoma

No Need for Lymph Node Dissection in Certain Melanoma Patients

Lymphknotendissektion beim Melanom und positivem Sentinel- Lymphknoten: Kein verbessertes Überleben (German)

Metastatic Behavior inMelanoma: Timing, Pattern, Survival, and Influencing Factors

Insights Gained from Inadvertent Monitoring of Slow-Growing Melanomas Using Digital Dermoscopy

Problems in Defining Melanoma Regression and Prognostic Implication

Risk of tumor cell seeding through biopsy and aspiration cytology

Jugular foramen syndrome

Venous compression syndrome of internal jugular veins prevalence in patients with multiple sclerosis and chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency.

Thoracic outlet syndrome

Subclavian steal syndrome