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Ronald Hamilton, Michal Krauze, Marjorie Romkes, Bernard Omolo, Panagiotis Konstantinopoulos, Todd Reinhart, Malgorzata Harasymczuk, YangYang Wang, Yan Lin, Soldano Ferrone, Theresa Whiteside, Stephanie Bortoluzzi, Jonette Werley, Tomoko Nukui, Beth Fallert-Junecko, Douglas Kondziolka, Joseph Ibrahim, Dorothea Becker, John Kirkwood and Stergios Moschos Pathologic and gene expression features of metastatic melanomas to the brain Cancer 119

Version of Record online: 21 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.28029

Metastatic melanomas to the brain are more similar to extracranial metastases compared with primary melanomas. Metastatic melanoma to the brain has a variable prognosis: low or absent intratumoral hemorrhage and high mononuclear infiltrate define a subgroup with favorable prognosis.

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