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Nodular melanoma Nodular melanoma is an invasive form of melanoma. Melanoma is a potentially serious skin cancer that arises from pigment cells (melanocytes).
Nodular melanoma accounts for 20-25% of cases of melanoma and is the most aggressive type. This chapter is set out as follows...
Nodular melanoma is an aggressive form of melanoma. Knowing what it looks like can help you get the treatment you need. See pictures and learn more about it.
Nodular melanoma (NM) is the most aggressive form of melanoma. It tends to grow more rapidly in thickness (penetrate the skin) than in diameter.
Has anyone on this board thought or their dermatologist thought you had a blood blister when after a biopsy it turns it was actually nodular melanoma?