Call Us Today:
949.200.1600

MELANOMA

Home > Diagnosis > Melanoma

Melanoma Cheek

About MELANOMA

[This Section is Under Construction]

Related Posts

MEDIAL CANTHUS BASAL CELL CARCINOMA FOLLOW UP

May 8, 2017

HISTORY 91 year old man presented with a recurrent right medial canthus BCC that was previously treated with 45 days of radiation (SRT at Hoag Hospital). Biopsy showed infiltrative sclerosing basal cell carcinoma with focal perineural invasion. MRI in December of 2016 showed the mass was fixed on the lamina papyracea adjacent to the medial…

Read More

INVASIVE BOWEN’S CARCINOMA OF CHEEK

April 3, 2017

HISTORY 79 year old woman presented with a 3 month history of right angle of jaw mass hardening over time. A biopsy of a separate lesion of the right central cheek on 2/21/17 showed papillated Bowen’s Disease. The jaw mass was biopsied on 2/24/17 and revealed invasive Bowen’s carcinoma – squamous cell carcinoma. DISCUSSION This…

Read More

Osteoradionecrosis of Skull

July 25, 2017

HISTORY 85-year-old man presented in 4/2016 with a 4 month history of a nonhealing scalp wound following excision of melanoma, radiation, and two failed skin grafts. Patient was treated with serial outer table of calvarium debridements – 4/2016, 7/2016, 11/2016. Patient had a consultation with UCI team for full thickness calvarial resection and microvascular reconstruction.…

Read More

Radiation Therapy of Skin Cancer: Dosing and Complications

March 18, 2011

Although, radiation of ear carcinomas can pose a risk of chondritis and poor healing, that risk can be virtually eliminated with lower dose fractions (radiation dose per treatment) spread over a longer course. Total dose requirement for skin cancer treatment ranges from 3500 cGy to 6000 cGy depending on the size and depth of the…

Read More

Radiation Carcinogenesis

March 14, 2012

As acceptance of radiation therapy for skin cancer grows, questions arise as to the long-term risks therapeutic radiation poses. This is an area extensively measured and studied by radiation physicists and medical dosimetrists. However, from practical point of view, most of empirical data comes form epidemiological population studies. The most dramatic of these being atomic…

Read More

Sclerosing Adnexal Carcinoma of Nose

July 24, 2017

HISTORY 74-year-old man presented in June 2017 with 2-month history of scabbing of the left nose. A biopsy performed 5/11/17 revealed sclerosing carcinoma of left nose. The lesion is an 8mm plaque at the base of the left nasal ala. Mohs and reconstruction are being planned.   DISCUSSION The histology of the sclerosing carcinoma is…

Read More

STAY UP TO DATE

Sign up for our newsletter!

Collaborate on a Patient

Coordinate a Mohs procedure with our surgeons. Operate at our surgery center.

PRESENT AT SCARS TUMOR CONFERENCE

SCARS Foundation Monthly Skin Cancer Conference is CME Accredited.