Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, May 14th, 2004
"Two patients with metastatic melanoma, both with the same bizarre morphology and an unusual, comparatively benign course, are described: a 50-year-old female who more than 20 years after a primary melanoma on the right upper arm, Clark level Ill, maximum tumor thickness of 1.1 mm, developed multiple metastases in the deep soft tissue; and a 62-year-old male with an acrolentiginous melanoma, Clark level III, maximum tumor thickness of 0.55 mm, who 6 months after the excision of the primary tumor developed metastasis in regional lymph nodes,"...
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