Epidemiology and aetiology - Where, who, why?.
Diagnosis - suspicions, scoring and diagnostic aids.
Differential diagnosis - moles and much more.
Histopathology and natural history.
Surgery - no margin for error.
Second line management - what happens next?.
Prevention and early detection - theory and practice.
Dr Arthur Jackson, General Practitioner
"This slim volume contains an excellent and up-to-date overview of melanoma and its management ... This volume is a very useful start from anyone who is interested in melanoma. The size and layout makes it attractive to use." Dermatology in Practice
* a straightforward explanation to help interpret the pathology report and its implications
* focuses on diagnosis, prevention and post-treatment follow up
* an overview of secondary care treatment