Vol 8, No 1 (2022)
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Diagnostyka obrazowa w obserwacji chorych na czerniaki skóry i błon śluzowych

Bożena Józefa Cybulska-Stopa1, Grażyna Kamińska-Winciorek2, Piotr Rutkowski3
Forum Dermatologicum 2022;8(1):30-35.

Abstract

W ostatnich latach wyniki leczenia chorych na czerniaki uległy znacznej poprawie. Wiąże się to przede wszystkim z rozwojem nowych metod terapeutycznych, ale również z rozwojem badań obrazowych i rozpoznaniem nawrotu choroby na wczesnym etapie. Dzięki wczesnemu rozpoznaniu nawrotu choroby nowotworowej można zastosować właściwą terapię, która w wielu przypadkach może doprowadzić do całkowitego wyleczenia.

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