Ganglioneuroblastic differentiation in a primary cutaneous malignant melanoma.


Ganglioneuroblastic differentiation in malignant melanomas is an exceedingly rare event. Although there has been a single report of this occurrence in a metastatic melanoma, divergent ganglioneuroblastic differentiation has not been documented previously in a primary cutaneous lesion of melanoma. The present report describes an unusual case of invasive… (More)


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