Metastatic Melanomas of the Groin Lymph Nodes without Known Primary Lesion in a Developing Community

Wilson I B Onuigbo
2017 Cancer therapy & Oncology International Journal  
Melanoma could present with metastasis from an unknown primary. It is an event reported to happen in 2-3%. In particular, lymph nodes could be the organs involved as reported in a USA case recently. Therefore, the author reports 8 cases obtained from a histopathology data pool situated in a developing community; this idea followed the suggestion of a Birmingham (UK) group, namely, that such a pool promotes epidemiological analysis.
doi:10.19080/ctoij.2017.04.555643 fatcat:lx5hfiio7req5jay67c3kw2xdy