This Medical News story examines the question of whether some melanomas might be better left undetected.
This cross-sectional study examines the incidence of melanoma in men vs women between differing geographic locations, ages, and anatomic sites.
This systematic review and meta-analysis evaluates the immune checkpoint inhibitor regimens used along with the incidence of adverse events reported in randomized clinical trials for treatment of advanced melanoma.
This cohort study investigates the risks of skin cancer and premalignant skin lesions among patients with vitiligo undergoing narrowband UV-B phototherapy, based on the number of narrowband UV-B phototherapy sessions.
This qualitative study examines how the use of artificial intelligence as a screening tool is perceived by patients receiving care in a dermatology clinic.
This cross-sectional survey study analyzes findings from a nationwide survey of adult cancer survivors in Canada, including the physical, emotional, and practical concerns and associated unmet needs 1 year or more after the end of treatment.
This article summarizes clinical practice guidelines by the American Society of Clinical Oncology and Society of Surgical Oncology on sentinel lymph node biopsy and regional lymph node management in patients with melanoma.
This phase 2 randomized clinical trial studies the effect of a commercially available skin self-monitoring smartphone application among individuals with increased risk of melanoma on their decision to seek help for changing skin lesions.
This economic analysis estimates the long-term association of banning indoor tanning devices or prohibiting their use by minors only with health and economic outcomes in North America and Europe.
This case report describes a melanotic choroidal metastasis in the right eye.
This population-based study examines the incidence of melanoma in the United States overall as well as in different age cohorts.
This nonrandomized controlled trial assesses whether bariatric surgery is associated with skin cancer incidence in patients with obesity.
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