Cervical Melanoma is a type of skin cancer occurring in the uterine cervix. Cervical Melanoma presents itself as being malignant tumors of melanocytes that are usually dark in color on the lining of the cervix. Treatment of Cervical Melanoma includes surgery, particularly wide local excision. Cervical Melanoma is an extremely rare disease.
Cervical Melanoma Bioinformatics Tool
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