A Modern Multidisciplinary Approach

  • Adam I. Riker

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. John F. Thompson, Richard Kefford, Graham Stevens, Richard Scolyer
    Pages 1-13
  3. Amir Dehdashtian, Thomas P. Stringer, Abby Joan Warren, Euphemia W. Mu, Bardia Amirlak, Ladan Shahabi
    Pages 15-26
  4. Sowmiya Murali, Mary E. Logue, Yvonne Talamantes, Marianne Berwick
    Pages 27-37
  5. Clara Curiel-Lewandrowski, Clara Stemwedel, Mihaela Balu, Suephy C. Chen, Laura K. Ferris, Pedram Gerami et al.
    Pages 39-85
  6. Michael E. Egger, Jeffrey E. Gershenwald
    Pages 87-103
  7. Katja Harbst, Göran Jönsson
    Pages 105-114
  8. Marjan E. Askarian-Amiri, Euan J. Rodger, Aniruddha Chatterjee, Graeme Finlay, Bruce C. Baguley
    Pages 115-132
  9. Yutaka Kawakami, Adam I. Riker
    Pages 133-142
  10. Zachary J. Wolner, Oriol Yélamos, Konstantinos Liopyris, Ashfaq A. Marghoob
    Pages 143-158
  11. Cindy Wassef, Lea J. Bellomo, David I. Silverstein
    Pages 177-191
  12. Jane L. Messina, Rahel A. John
    Pages 193-212
  13. Radhika Sreeraman Kumar, Jane L. Messina, Damon R. Reed, Vernon K. Sondak
    Pages 213-237
  14. Joanna L. Walker, Annie Wang, George Kroumpouzos, Martin A. Weinstock
    Pages 239-252
  15. Lauge Hjorth Mikkelsen, Steffen Heegaard
    Pages 253-272
  16. Ronald W. Milam Jr., Anthony B. Daniels
    Pages 273-312
  17. Adam I. Riker, Marco Antonio Rajo, Stephen L. Lambert, Jonathan S. Lam
    Pages 313-322
  18. Joy Kunishige, John Zitelli
    Pages 323-335
  19. Joseph Zenga, Kevin Emerick, Shaun Desai
    Pages 337-350
  20. Clara R. Farley, Keith A. Delman
    Pages 351-359
  21. Ian R. Wisecarver, Charles L. Dupin, Julian D’Achille
    Pages 361-362
  22. Charles L. Dupin, Julian D’Achille, Ian R. Wisecarver
    Pages 363-388
  23. Charles L. Dupin, Julian D’Achille, Ian R. Wisecarver, Taylor Smith
    Pages 389-409
  24. Oren Tessler, Alex M. Lin, Shukan Patel, Charles L. Dupin
    Pages 411-424
  25. Ann Y. Chung, Catalina Mosquera, Jan H. Wong
    Pages 425-436
  26. Soraya A. Voigt, Catalina Mosquera, Nasreen A. Vohra
    Pages 437-450
  27. Hidde M. Kroon, Anna M. Huismans, Brendon J. Coventry, John F. Thompson
    Pages 451-465
  28. David W. Ollila, Shachar Laks, Eddy C. Hsueh
    Pages 467-481
  29. Elisabeth Eapen Paul, Sanjiv S. Agarwala
    Pages 483-498
  30. Noelle L. Williams, Brittany A. Simone, Pramila R. Anné, Wenyin Shi
    Pages 499-514
  31. Helene Woyczesczyk, Karim Essani
    Pages 515-524
  32. Chia-Yen Hung, John Wen-Cheng Chang
    Pages 525-531
  33. Kaitlin M. Peace, Garth S. Herbert, Timothy J. Vreeland, G. Travis Clifton, George E. Peoples
    Pages 533-547
  34. Jane Mills, Phillip Darcy, David E. Gyorki
    Pages 549-565
  35. Kimberly Loo, Clinton Wu, Adil Daud
    Pages 567-576
  36. Michael Constantin Kirchberger, Lucie Heinzerling
    Pages 577-589
  37. Sheila Jalalat, Corin Agoris, Neil Alan Fenske, Basil Cherpelis
    Pages 591-604
  38. Michael Saco, Neil Alan Fenske, Basil Cherpelis
    Pages 605-621
  39. Isabel Prieto, Teresa Pérez-de-la-Fuente, M Susana Medina, Beatriz Castelo, Fernando Cassinello, David Esteban et al.
    Pages 623-636
  40. Back Matter
    Pages 637-652

About this book


This text serves as a very useful clinical guide and realistic approach to the clinical management of melanoma. Primary care physicians, specialists from varying areas of medical practice and numerous other healthcare providers will find this text to be quite useful as a standard daily reference and use in the office setting. It provides a clear and concise source of information in order to make real-life, evidence-based decisions for all aspects of management for cutaneous melanoma. This book also provides the latest breakthroughs in melanoma research, ranging from recent discoveries in genomics and epigenetics, to newly identified genes that have been selectively targeted for the development of a personalized approach to treatment.
All chapters are written by specialists and true experts within their respective fields, incorporating the latest scientific, clinical and evidence-based medicine for melanoma (and non-melanoma skin cancers). This up-to-date information can be easily applied and translated to the clinical setting for the melanoma patient.


Pathology of melanoma Childhood melanoma Pregnancy and melanoma Uveal melanoma locoregional disease lymphoscintigraphy a. Intralesional therapy

Editors and affiliations

  • Adam I. Riker
    • 1
  1. 1.Louisiana State UniversityNew OrleansUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018
  • Publisher Name Springer, Cham
  • eBook Packages Medicine
  • Print ISBN 978-3-319-78309-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-319-78310-9
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