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Malignant melanoma and nevocellular nevi

Eberhard Paul

Malignant melanoma and nevocellular nevi

histogenesis and relationships, fluorescence-microscopic and catamnestic photographic studies

by Eberhard Paul

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Published by Georg Thieme, Thieme-Stratton in Stuttgart, New York, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Melanoma.,
  • Mole (Dermatology) -- Abnormalities.,
  • Histology, Pathological.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Eberhard Paul.
    SeriesNormale und pathologische Anatomie -- Bd. 48 = -- Normal and pathological anatomy -- v. 48., Normale und pathologische Anatomie -- Bd. 48.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 112 p. :
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21495493M
    ISBN 100865771391

    Nevocellular nevus is caused by proliferation of nevus cells. A small nevocellular nevus is commonly called a mole. A hairy, giant, pigmented nevocellular nevus of 20 cm or more in diameter is called a giant congenital melanocytic nevus. It tends to progress to malignant melanoma. Dermoscopic findings are important for diagnosis. Expression of β 2 microglobulin (β 2 M), a light chain of class 1 HLA antigen, was studied in normal melanocytes and in benign and malignant melanocytic tumors by use of immunohistochemical methods. By immunoelectron microscopy, normal melanocytes were shown to express β 2 M on the cell surface. In lentigo maligna melanomas and acral lentiginous melanomas, the mean percentages of β 2 M.

    Two monoclonal antibodies (MoAbs), PAL-M[sub1] and PAL-M 2, are described that were selected to discriminate between melanomas and nevocellular nevi (NN) in frozen PAL-M 1 reacted with all 15 melanoma metastases (MM), with 14 of 19 primary cutaneous melanomas (PCM), 9 of 35 dysplastic nevi (DN), and 2 of 26 NN. The 2 NN stained were removed from patients with the dysplastic nevus.   Abstract. The vulvar nevus was the first lesion to be recognized to have unique features so that it was originally designated as vulvar atypia. It is now clear that the vulva is one area of the skin, areolar in women, penis in men, and ear to have unique features attributed to the anatomic sites. Congenital nevocellular nevi (CN), collections of nevus cells in pigmented le- sions of the skin in newborns,t-a are generally acknowledged to be precursors for melanoma when their size is extremely large (giant).4 Giant CN, observed in fewer than one per thousand newborns,t-3 have an estimated lifetime mela- noma risk of at least %.4 It is.

    Pigmented vulvar lesions are estimated to occur in 10% to 12% of women.1, 2 The differential diagnosis includes benign and malignant melanocytic proliferations, such as nevi and melanoma. Nonmelanocytic proliferations such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, vascular tumors, seborrheic keratosis, and condylomata acuminata can also present as pigmented vulvar lesions.3, 4 Other. The halo nevus is a benign nevocellular nevus surrounded by a depigmented halo. Halo nevi are common in children and young adults, with a prevalence rate of about 1% of the population. 1 The halo implies the onset of involution of the nevus, with subsequent regression of the central nevus, followed by a depigmented macule and then re-pigmentation. Melanocytic nevi are given importance due to its potential to develop into malignant melanoma; the risk ranges between 5% and 10% for a giant melanocytic nevus. In addition, there are reported associations with central nervous system malformations and skeletal defects.


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SyntaxTextGen not activated  Introduction. The incidence pdf cutaneous malignant melanoma (CM) has increased in populations pdf European descent in North America, Europe, and Australia due to long-term changes in sun exposure behavior, as well as screening strongest CM epidemiological risk factor acting within populations of European descent is the number of cutaneous acquired melanocytic nevi, with risk .Malignant melanoma and nevocellular nevi.

Histogenesis and relationships. Fluorescence-microscopic and catamnestic photographic studies. (PMID) There are many indications that pigment spots which had sometimes existed for decades and were mistaken for nevi were malignant from the very beginning and had developed from the melanocytes.Introduction.

InMishima ebook predicted that melanoma would ultimately be seen as ebook distinct entities he called malignant melanocytoma, arising from lentigo senilis, and malignant nevocytoma, arising from a melanocytic then, great strides have been made in our understanding of the molecular biology of melanocytic neoplasms.

Mishima's hypothesis, which has not yet been refuted.