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The deadliest skin cancer, What you need to know about melanoma: Signs, ABCDE, Causes, Treatment [Video]

What are the early signs of melanoma?Other melanoma warning signs may include:Pigment, redness or swelling that spreads outside the border of a spot to the surrounding skin. Itchiness, tenderness or pain. Changes in texture, or scales, oozing or bleeding from an existing mole. Blurry vision or partial loss of sight, or dark spots in the iris.How long do you live after being diagnosed with melanoma?almost all people (almost 100%) will survive their melanoma for 1 year or more after they are diagnosed. around 90 out of every 100 people (around 90%) will survive their melanoma for 5 years or more after diagnosis.Where does melanoma usually start?Melanomas can develop anywhere on the skin, but they are more likely to start on the trunk (chest and back) in men and on the legs in women. The neck and face are other common sitesWhere does melanoma usually spread to first?Normally, the first place a melanoma tumor metastasizes to is the lymph nodes, by literally draining melanoma cells into the lymphatic fluid, which carries the melanoma cells through the lymphatic channels to the nearest lymph node basin.What does a melanoma spot look like?Symptoms and traits to look out for include: raised or flat shape, often with irregular shape and borders, sometimes on an existing or new mole. brown, black, tan, red, blue, and even white, often a darker shade of a person’s normal skin tone. slow changes, often over the course of months or years.Is melanoma raised or flat?The most common type of melanoma usually appears as a flat or barely raised lesion with irregular edges and different colours. Fifty per cent of these melanomas occur in preexisting moles.Does melanoma show up in blood work?Blood tests. Blood tests aren’t used to diagnose melanoma, but some tests may be done before or during treatment, especially for more advanced melanomas. Doctors often test blood for levels of a substance called lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) before treatment.Can you have melanoma for years and not know?“You could have melanoma for a long time before you realize it, because some types are not so obvious. Some aggressive forms, like nodular melanoma, grow fast, are visible and can hurt or bleed.” While certain groups may be at a higher risk for melanoma, anyone can get the disease🙏🏼BE OUR MEMBER (for slides, choose our new video)https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcLiVlInJ0hmqpcUApgzvow/joinOUR POPULAR VIDEOS:HOW TO DETOX THE PANCREAS:https://youtu.be/q6FmBVuKFYwPANCREATITIS DIET: Foods to Eat and Avoid + Best Foods For Pancreas Healthhttps://youtu.be/_xg0AC_WiKkWhat is geographic tongue?https://youtu.be/uzQIyLvtIxsMORE THAN 500 TEETH I Hyperdontiahttps://youtu.be/DqrkTz6XnvsHUMAN BITES ARE DANGEROUS: Human Bites What To Do? : Human Bites Treatment- Symptoms- Complicationshttps://youtu.be/K3b47wuThXY👇🙏🏼BEST LINK ON THE WHOLE INTERNEThttps://linktr.ee/dailydoseofmedicineePROMOTION&DEALS&EVERYTHING: dailydoseofmedicinee@gmail.com (with 2 e)£$Do melanomas itch?While skin cancers are often asymptomatic, meaning they don’t show symptoms, they can be itchy. For instance, basal cell skin cancer can appear as a raised reddish patch that itches, and melanoma can take the form of itchy dark spots or moles.Can melanoma go away on its own?Melanoma can go away on its own. Melanoma on the skin can spontaneously regress, or begin to, without any treatment. That’s because the body’s immune system is able launch an assault on the disease that’s strong enough to spur its retreat.Does melanoma suddenly appear?Melanoma may suddenly appear without warning, but can also develop from or near an existing mole. It can occur anywhere on the body, but is most common on the upper back, torso, lower legs, head, and neck.Can melanoma look like a pimple?Melanoma lesions most often look like dark spots on the skin, but they can also be reddish colored and appear similar to a pimple. However, unlike pimples, melanoma lesions often have multiple different colors within them and are irregularly shaped.Can a melanoma appear overnight?Melanomas may appear suddenly and without warning. They are found most frequently on the face and neck, upper back and legs, but can occur anywhere on the body.Does vitamin D cause melanoma?For a number of analyses, there was no evidence of increased melanoma risk associated with serum vitamin D.What vitamins help with melanoma?Some studies report that normal levels of vitamin D 3 at the time of diagnosis are associated with a better prognosis in patients with melanoma. High circulating vitamin D concentration has been found to be associated with reduced melanoma progression and improved survival.#melanoma #skincancer #skincare #skincondition #skinexpert #skinproblems #skinexperts #medical #medicine #doctor #medicaldoctor #medicalschool #dermatology #dermatologist #skincareroutine

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Cancer of the nail? Doctor O’Donovan explains Acral Lentiginous Melanoma and Subungual Melanoma [Video]

Doctor O’Donovan explains a form of melanoma called Acral Lentiginous Melanoma which can appear on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet, as well as under the nails (Subungual Melanoma). He covers – what it is, who gets it, causes, tests, management, and prognosis.This video will be of interest to medical professionals (doctors, nurses etc.), health care students (medical and nursing students), those preparing for exams – (medical school finals, GP AKT, USMLE,) and the general public interested in health education. It is designed with the non-specialist in mind. Useful links:https://www.aimatmelanoma.org/melanoma-101/types-of-melanoma/cutaneous-melanoma/acral-lentiginous-melanoma/#:~:text=Acral%20lentiginous%20melanoma%20(ALM)%20is,extremities%20(hands%20and%20feet).https://dermnetnz.org/topics/acral-lentiginous-melanomaCME for medical professionals: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK559113/PLEASE REMEMBER TO LIKE, COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE (NEW MEDICAL EDUCATION VIDEOS EVERY WEDNESDAY & SUNDAY)****************************************************************************Connect through: YouTube: www.youtube.com/doctorodonovan​Instagram: @doctorodonovanTwitter: @doctorodonovan****************************************************************************Disclaimer and clarifying the purpose of this video:The video is intended as an educational resource only. The information within this video or on this channel isn’t designed to replace professional input, so if you have any medical issues please consult a medical provider. No professional relationship is being created by watching this video. Dr. O’Donovan cannot give any individual medical advice. All information should be verified for accuracy by the individual user. Dr O’Donovan accepts no responsibility for individual interpretation of data, although it is always accurate to the best of his knowledge at the time of the video being published. This is not a clinical information video or intended to be used as a clinical resource. It is only intended as an educational video.

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Skin Cancer Prevention & Early Detection for Skin of Colour [Video]

Dr. Annie Liu MD, FRCPC, DABD is a Board-Certified Dermatologist who is working hard to close the care gap for skin of colour when it comes early skin cancer detection. While the survival rate for melanoma is 80%, it drops to 65% for skin of colour. Learn more about Skin of Colour skin cancer early detection and prevention https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/skin-of-colour/Find a Dermatologist in Canada https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/find-a-dermatologist-canada/Find Support https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/support/About Dr. Annie Liu MD, FRCPC, DABDDr. Annie Liu is a Dermatologist practicing in Toronto, with dual Board Certification in Canada and the US. She has specialty training in procedural and oncological dermatology, and has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications in international medical journals. Dr. Liu has also received several academic distinctions including Best Paper Award from the Canadian Laser Aesthetic Surgery Society, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery Mentorship Award and the Women’s Dermatologic Society Mentorship Award. She was also awarded the CDA Frederick Kalz research award, which allowed her to engage in research on advanced melanoma at L’hôpital Saint Louis in Paris, France.While receiving advanced training outside of Canada, she was inspired by the modernized aspects of other healthcare systems. In 2020, she Co-Founded DermCafé, Canada’s first Digital Dermatology Centre.Derm Café Canada’s Digital Dermatology Clinic: Connect with a Board-Certified Dermatologist via your electronic device in less than one week. OHIP/MSP/AHCIP/UHIP/Morcare-covered virtual (video/audio) visits. Get a Referral from our DermCafé Family Doctors today, then see a Dermatologist in less than one week. Prescriptions delivered for free to your doorstep. www.dermcafecanada.comMelanomaNetwork https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/

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Skin Cancer Can Be Scary – Check Your Skin [Video]

Happy Halloween! It’s the season of pumpkins, phantoms, and all things spooky. But skin cancer doesn’t need to be one of the scares of the season. Check your skin at least once a month, in addition to your regular check-ins with your doctor. °°°Dr. James Goydos, MD, FACS has 20+ years experience as a Professor, Surgeon, Clinical Trial Leader, and Researcher in the area of skin cancer and genomics. Goydos has an MD from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and has helped to save countless lives and transform cancer treatment at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) and UMDNJ. 🌐 FOLLOW https://jamesgoydos.comDr. James Goydos on “The Good Men Project” https://bit.ly/3kSnDdaJames Goydos Skin Cancer Research https://bit.ly/2Sa1tZM 📱SOCIAL https://www.facebook.com/jamesgoydosmdhttps://www.instagram.com/jamesgoydosmd/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesgoydos/ https://twitter.com/jamesgoydosmd ✍️ WRITING https://jamesgoydos.com/bloghttps://jamesgoydosmd.medium.comhttps://bit.ly/3vUblp1 Dr. James Goydos @ Medika Life https://refind.com/James-goydoshttps://bit.ly/3plO5hb Dr. James Goydos @ ManyStorieshttps://bit.ly/3z2mJkC Dr. James Goydos @ PenNamehttps://bit.ly/3yWK7jH Dr. James Goydos @ Smedianhttps://muckrack.com/james-goydos-md https://reedsy.com/author/james-goydos 🔬RESEARCH https://bit.ly/3zTEzq7 James Goydos on ORCIDhttps://bit.ly/3psOEpB Dr. James Goydos Skin Cancer research with Rutgershttps://bit.ly/3oxK5ID James Goydos Google Scholarhttps://bit.ly/3ciD6zO Dr. James Goydos Academia https://bit.ly/3yWKOJP James Goydos Semantic Scholarhttps://bit.ly/2YqnmTY James Goydos Loop Frontiershttps://bit.ly/3fSydQe James Goydos Publonshttps://bit.ly/34UG4Gx Dr. James Goydos Doximity🤓 DATA https://github.com/james-goydoshttps://www.kaggle.com/jamesgoydos🔀 MISC. https://bit.ly/2TwVzSH Dr. James Goydos Crunchbasehttps://www.pinterest.com/jamesgoydos/https://flipboard.com/@jamesgoydoshttps://www.tumblr.com/blog/james-goydoshttps://about.me/james-goydoshttps://bit.ly/3iflzfF James Goydos Quorahttps://www.reddit.com/user/James-Goydoshttps://vimeo.com/jamesgoydosmdhttps://www.behance.net/jamesgoydosmdhttps://bit.ly/3fN2M9X Dr. James Goydos Scribd https://www.slideshare.net/GoydosJameses Goydos, MD, FACS has 20+ years experience as a Professor, Surgeon, Clinical Trial Leader, and Researcher in the area of skin cancer and genomics. Goydos has an MD from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and has helped to save countless lives and transform cancer treatment at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) and UMDNJ. 🌐 FOLLOW https://jamesgoydos.comDr. James Goydos on “The Good Men Project” https://bit.ly/3kSnDdaJames Goydos Skin Cancer Research https://bit.ly/2Sa1tZM 📱SOCIAL https://www.facebook.com/jamesgoydosmdhttps://www.instagram.com/jamesgoydosmd/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesgoydos/ https://twitter.com/jamesgoydosmd ✍️ WRITING https://jamesgoydos.com/bloghttps://jamesgoydosmd.medium.comhttps://bit.ly/3vUblp1 Dr. James Goydos @ Medika Life https://refind.com/James-goydoshttps://bit.ly/3plO5hb Dr. James Goydos @ ManyStorieshttps://bit.ly/3z2mJkC Dr. James Goydos @ PenNamehttps://bit.ly/3yWK7jH Dr. James Goydos @ Smedianhttps://muckrack.com/james-goydos-md https://reedsy.com/author/james-goydos 🔬RESEARCH https://bit.ly/3zTEzq7 James Goydos on ORCIDhttps://bit.ly/3psOEpB Dr. James Goydos Skin Cancer research with Rutgershttps://bit.ly/3oxK5ID James Goydos Google Scholarhttps://bit.ly/3ciD6zO Dr. James Goydos Academia https://bit.ly/3yWKOJP James Goydos Semantic Scholarhttps://bit.ly/2YqnmTY James Goydos Loop Frontiershttps://bit.ly/3fSydQe James Goydos Publonshttps://bit.ly/34UG4Gx Dr. James Goydos Doximity🤓 DATA https://github.com/james-goydoshttps://www.kaggle.com/jamesgoydos🔀 MISC. https://bit.ly/2TwVzSH Dr. James Goydos Crunchbasehttps://www.pinterest.com/jamesgoydos/https://flipboard.com/@jamesgoydoshttps://www.tumblr.com/blog/james-goydoshttps://about.me/james-goydoshttps://bit.ly/3iflzfF James Goydos Quorahttps://www.reddit.com/user/James-Goydoshttps://vimeo.com/jamesgoydosmdhttps://www.behance.net/jamesgoydosmdhttps://bit.ly/3fN2M9X Dr. James Goydos Scribd https://www.slideshare.net/GoydosJames