Nodular melanoma

What is Nodular melanoma?

Primary cutaneous melanoma that presents as rapidly growing smoothly spheroid or ulcerated nodules in which tumor cells microscopically invade the dermis beneath all the lateral epidermal margins of involvement.

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I am worried about a mole on my arm. I have had the mole for many years but recently it appears to be raised and I can't remember if that has...

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Looks normal to me

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I am Dr.Kakkar (Dermatologist). I have gone through your...

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I have a question regarding what I believe is a pimple. Two years ago, I had a severely atypical mole removed from my neck. They labeled it as an...

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Need a better Image and more information

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I am dr.kakkar (dermatologist). I have...

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I noticed a hard pimple in my face. I cant remember having this hard pimple this morning.
I went to my beauty therapist this afternoon...

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Thanks for sending the photo across. I did check the photo and it doesn't look like...

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