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Acral-Ientiginöses Melanom

  • R. Haensch

Zusammenfassung

Der neu abgegrenzte acral-lentiginöse Melanomtyp kommt an Handtellern, Fußsohlen und subungual vor, ohne daß alle Melanome dieser Lokalisation acral-lentiginös sind. Entscheidend ist der histologische Befund. Die Ergebnisse der klinischen und histologischen Studien der letzten zehn Jahre werden dargestellt. Zur Zeit ist die Klassifikation des malignen Melanoms in die vier Typen erneut in Diskussion.

Summary

The newly recognized type of malignant melanoma, the acral lentiginous melanoma, occurs on the palmar, plantar and subungual skin. But the definition of the acral lentiginous melanoma is a histologic. Not all palmar and plantar melanomas are of acral lentiginous type. The results of the clinical and histological studies of the last ten years are given. The classification of malignant melanoma in the four types is in discussion at this time.

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  • R. Haensch
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  1. 1.Universitätshautklinik DüsseldorfDüsseldorfDeutschland

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