Published in Cancer Weekly, August 26th, 2003
"We report two cases of vaginal melanoma with magnetic resonance imaging findings," scientists in South Korea report.
"The first melanoma was a bilobular polypoid mass with melanotic and amelanotic components, which arose from the lateral wall of the vaginal canal. The melanotic melanoma showed high signal intensity (SI) on T1-weighted images and low SI on T2-weighted images, which was not suppressed by a fat-saturated sequence," wrote H. Kim and colleagues, Catholic University of Korea, Department of Radiology.
The researchers concluded: "Another melanoma...
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