Melanoma in situ is a form of melanoma entirely restricted to the epidermis and the dermoepidermal junction. A peculiar pattern of melanoma in situ called lentigo maligna is illustrated in the next chapter. For practical purposes, melanoma in situ is curable if completely excised, and cannot metastasize.
KeywordsMerkel Cell Carcinoma Actinic Keratosis Cytological Atypia Sebaceous Carcinoma Dysplastic Nevus
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