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Melanotic tumors

Joseph N. Attie

Melanotic tumors

biology, pathology, and clinical features

by Joseph N. Attie

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Published by C.C. Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Melanoma.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 293-315.

    Statementby Joseph N. Attie and René A. Khafif. With a foreword by Stephen Gumport.
    ContributionsKhafif, Rene A.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 346 p.
    Number of Pages346
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16601438M

      Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy presents as an enlarging, painless, and firm mass, often underlying an intact epithelial surface, and it may have blue or black discoloration. Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy can be associated with elevated urinary vanillylmandelic acid in some, but not all, cases. DIAGNOSIS Malignant melanotic schwannoma. DISCUSSION. Melanotic schwannomas (MS) were first described in by Millar(8). These tumors are rare, with approximately 80 cases reported in the literature to date(14). They are of neural crest origin and are believed to arise from a common precursor for Schwann cells and melanocytes(12, 13).Missing: book.

      First described by Krompecher in as congenital melanocarcinoma of alveolar process of maxilla (BMJ Case Rep Nov 23;) Previously known as: melanotic adamantinoma, melanotic hamartoma, melanotic progonoma, pigmented congenital epulis, pigmented neuroectodermal tumor, retinal anlage tumor, retinoblastic teratoma. Here's your ideal reference on the diagnosis of tumors of the skeletal muscles, connective tissue, fat, and related structures. No other textbook matches its scope and depth of coverage in this complex and challenging area of surgical pathology, and no other text contains as much practical information on differential diagnosis. Throughout, microscopic findings are correlated with the latest.

      A solitary intraspinal, extradural melanotic tumor was subtotally resected in a year-old man who had a year history of radicular pain and later evidence of progressive spinal cord compression. The neoplasm revealed the histological features of a benign nerve sheath tumor with massive but uneven melanin by: Details about A biochemical analysis of factors producing melanotic tumors and erupt eyes in t. A biochemical analysis of factors producing melanotic tumors and erupt eyes in t. Item Information. Condition: Very Good. A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust Seller Rating: % positive.


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MELANOTIC TUMORS Hardcover – by Joseph N. and Rene A. Khafif Attie (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: Joseph N. and Rene A. Khafif Attie. Melanotic Tumors of the Skin Lund, Herbert A. and Kraus, Jane Merrill (MD's) Published by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC ().

Pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma (PEM) is a rare melanocytic neoplasm composed of pigmented epithelioid and dendritic melanocytes with large vesicular nuclei. It occurs in patients with a familial cancer syndrome, in Carney complex, or, more often, as a sporadic lesion.

Primary melanotic tumors include melanocytomas and primary melanomas which range in behavior from benign to malignant. A subset of meningiomas, medulloblastomas, and schwannomas may also be pigmented and considered as melanotic. In this review, we present clinical, radiographic, pathological, and treatment considerations for these rare tumors.

Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy: a reexamination of a histogenetic problem based on immunohistochemical, flow cytometric, and ultrastructural study. At last a really comprehensive book on melanotic tumours of value to both clinicians and pathologists-this is the impression gained from a first glance at the table of contents and illustrations of a new book by J.

Attie and R. Khafif. With new books first anticipations are not always realized, but in this case they certainly are:Author: Robert Roaf. Professor and Associate Director of Gynecologic Oncology, Levine Cancer Institute, Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA Edward S.

Kim, MD, FACP. Chair, Department of Solid Tumor Oncology and Investigational Therapeutics; Donald S. Kim Distinguished Chair for Cancer Research, Levine Cancer Institute, Carolinas HealthCare.

Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy presents as an enlarging, painless, and firm mass, often underlying an intact epithelial surface, and it may have blue or black discoloration.

Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy can be associated with elevated urinary vanillylmandelic acid in some, but not all, cases The measured levels of.

Pathology of Melanocytic Tumors. 1st edition, by Klaus J. Busam, Pedram Gerami, and Richard A. Scolyer. Constituting a large percentage of everyday diagnostic practice, melanocytic pathology is a complex and challenging area with many difficult-to-diagnose lesions.

Melanocytic tumors are tumours developed from melanocytes. Types. Melanocytic naevus; Melanocytic tumors of uncertain malignant potential; Melanoma; ReferencesMissing: book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Attie, Joseph Nathan, Melanotic tumors.

Springfield, Ill., Thomas [©] (OCoLC) Document Type. Psammomatous melanotic schwannoma (PMS) is a rare tumor originating in the peripheral nerve sheath. The standard treatment for PMS is Author: Naoki Takatori, Akihiko Hiyama, Daisuke Sakai, Hiroyuki Katoh, Masato Sato, Masahiko Watanabe.

Malignant Melanotic Schwannian Tumor. Melanotic schwannomas (MSs), variably associated with the Carney complex, are rare tumors that usually involve spinal nerve roots but may occur in other locations. Clinicopathologic evaluation poorly predicts the behavior of MS.

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Melanocytic tumors are recognized as black or blue-black pigmented spots or soft elevated nodules usually measuring up to 5 mm in diameter and, in a small number of case, reaching 1 cm in size.

On cut section, the tumors are well demarcated and usually heavily by: 7. Context.— Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy, albeit rare and generally regarded as benign, is an important tumor to recognize because of its rapid growth, potential for local recurrence, and small round blue cell morphology, which can lead to misdiagnosis of a malignant neoplasm.

Objective.— To Cited by: 3. A new addition to the Atlas of Tumor Pathology, this fascicle is a beautifully illustrated and clearly written account of melanotic tumors of the outline of the various theories concerned with the origin of nevi and melanomas, a classification of these neoplasms, and a large bibliography add to the value of this fascicle.

Melanotic schwannomas (MSs), variably associated with the Carney complex, are rare tumors that usually involve spinal nerve roots but may occur in other locations. Clinicopathologic evaluation poorly predicts the behavior of MS.

Fewer than cases have been g: book. Introduction. Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy (MNTI) is an extremely rare, rapidly growing, pigmented neoplastic entity, which was first reported by Krompecher in 1 It predominantly occurs in infants, mainly within the first year of life, and has no sex predominance, although Kruse et al.

2 indicated a slight male predilection. MNTI has previously been described as melanotic Cited by: 1. Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy, albeit rare and generally regarded as benign, is an important tumor to recognize because of its rapid growth, potential for local recurrence, and small.

Frank R. Dutra; Melanotic Tumors. Biology, Pathology and Clinical Features, American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Vol Issue 3, 1 SeptemberPagesAuthor: Frank R.

Dutra.As for the WHO blue book, CNS melanotic tumors include diffuse melanocytosis and melanomatosis, melanocytoma and malignant melanoma. [1] Melanocytic lesions of the nervous system and the coverings are thought to arise from leptomeningeal melanocytes, derived from the neural crest during early embryonic development.

Melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy is uncommon, with less than documented cases considering all sites, with only 12 cases affecting the epididymis and testis (Soles et al. ). Age In the majority of the cases, the tumor occurs in the first year of life, but it may rarely occur up to age 8 years (Murayama et al.

).