Metastasis of melanoma

09/03/2018 | MELANOM KOŽE
Metastasis of melanoma

When melanoma cells with their growth come in to the area of the dermis of the skin, they come in contact with the lymph vessels, and thus enable the further deterioration and expansion of the lymph nodes (of satellite and in-transit metastases). The expansion of blood vessels allows deterioration also in distant organs. If the melanoma cells expand to close proximities, then it is a local metastatic disease. Melanoma most often metastasizes to the lymph nodes, then to the lungs, liver, brain and bones.


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