Skin Cancer, Melanoma Stage IIA, IIB, And IIC

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Title: Skin Cancer, Melanoma Stage IIA, IIB, And IIC
Description: Three-panel drawing of stage II melanoma. The left panel shows two stage IIA tumors. One tumor is more than 1 but not more than 2 millimeters thick, with ulceration (break in the skin); the other tumor is more than 2 but not more than 4 millimeters thick, with no ulceration. The right panel shows two stage IIB tumors. One tumor is more than 2 but not more than 4 millimeters thick, with ulceration; the other tumor is more than 4 millimeters thick, with no ulceration. The bottom panel shows a stage IIC tumor that is more than 4 millimeters thick, with ulceration. Also shown are the epidermis (outer layer of the skin), the dermis (inner layer of the skin), and the subcutaneous tissue below the dermis.

In stage IIA, the tumor is either more than 1 but not more than 2 millimeters thick, with ulceration (break in the skin), OR it is more than 2 but not more than 4 millimeters thick, with no ulceration. In stage IIB, the tumor is either more than 2 but not more than 4 millimeters thick, with ulceration, OR it is more than 4 millimeters thick, with no ulceration. In stage IIC, the tumor is more than 4 millimeters thick, with ulceration.
Topics/Categories: Anatomy -- Skin
Cancer Types -- Melanoma
Cells or Tissue -- Abnormal Cells or Tissue
Cells or Tissue -- Normal Cells or Tissue
Staging
Type: Color, Medical Illustration
Source: National Cancer Institute
Creator: Terese Winslow (Illustrator)
AV Number: CDR579056
Date Created: September 25, 2008
Date Added: November 18, 2008
Reuse Restrictions: Yes - This image is copyright protected. Any use of this image is subject to prevailing copyright laws. U.S. Government has reuse rights. Please contact the rights holder of this image for permission requests.

Rights holder: Terese Winslow
Email: terese@teresewinslow.com