Which melanoma is mostly associated with GNAQ and GNA11 mutations?
Which microRNA has been proven to distinguish nevus from melanoma cells by in situ hybridization?
Which of the following characteristics of nevi in case-control studies comparing nevi removed from melanoma patients and spouse controls was linked to melanoma?
All of the following may be seen in melanocytic nevi (example shown below) excised during pregnancy EXCEPT:
Tumor Inflitrating Lymphocytes:
The most important prognostic factors recognized by the AJCC 7th edition are:
Malignant melanoma in childhood:
Atypical Spitz's tumors:
All of the following are correct regarding nodal nevi except:
Which of the following is the most common location for metastatic tumor deposits in a sentinel lymph node?
Which of the following are potential sources of apparent false positives with Myriad's myPath Melanoma test?
Which of the following secondary genomic alterations drives the metastatic potential of GNAQ-mutant malignant melanocytic neoplasms?
High tumor mutation burden may differentiate patients most likely to respond to which of the following melanoma therapies (pick all that apply)
Testing only for BRAF base substitutions is adequate for identifying patients who may respond to targeted therapy in which of the following:
The key role of the pathologist in the diagnosis of atypical (intermediate) melanocytic lesions is to:
Characteristics of melanomas in high CSD (chronic solar damage) skin include:
Staining for p16 in a Spitz nevus/tumor is appropriately used to:
A succinct histologic definition of a Spitz nevus/tumor is:
Which statement regarding so-called sclerosing atypical nevi (fibrosing dysplastic nevi) is correct?