An estimated 5%-10% of all cutaneous melanoma cases occur in families. This review describes susceptibility genes currently known to be involved in melanoma predisposition, genetic testing of familial melanoma patients, and management implications.

Familial Melanoma: Diagnostic and Management Implications

Pellegrini, Cristina;Cardelli, Ludovica;Fargnoli, Maria Concetta
2019

Abstract

An estimated 5%-10% of all cutaneous melanoma cases occur in families. This review describes susceptibility genes currently known to be involved in melanoma predisposition, genetic testing of familial melanoma patients, and management implications.
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