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Our Experience with Malignant Melanoma

Ngadhnjim Domi, Neshet Rizvanolli

Abstract


Melanoma is skin tumor with higher malignity. Malignityi of melanocites occurs not only in the epithelium of the skin, but also in the retina, mucosis of the respiratory, vaginal and anus road. In the world are thought to occur around 10.9 cases in 100,000 inhabitants. But it depends directly by geographic region and type of skin. People who are very vulnerable are those that are exposed to intense sunbathing and have less skin pigment (blonds). In our country we do not have exact statistics on the incidence of melanoma, but we have shown our experience in surgical treatment in combination with alpha interpheron. For the first time in our country we have started applying radio-lympho-scintigraphy in search of the sentinel lymph node. This method significantly increases the chances for the survival of patients with regional metastases. Our results confirm our success in treatment and comply with results from the literature. This fills us with optimism for the fight against melanoma and defeats the oldest opinion that the diagnosed patient is actually finished.

Keywords: melanoma, radio-lympho-scintigraphy, sentinel lymph node, regional metastasis.


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