Melanoma

Melanoma

Service Type
Body

Melanoma is a type of skin cancer. It is the less common form of skin cancer but it can be more serious because it is more likely to spread to other parts of the body. Melanoma arises from the type of cells that give moles their dark colors. These cells can be found in the skin, eyes, digestive system, nail beds, or lymph nodes. Although melanoma is most common in the skin it may also arise in these other areas.

Clinical Practice Terms

Kenneth E Greer, MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
General Dermatology Appointment
Primary Location:
Dermatology
Phone:
434.924.5115

Craig L. Slingluff Jr., MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
Surgical Oncology
Primary Location:
Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center
Phone:
434.924.1730

Barbara B Wilson, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
General Dermatology Appointment
Primary Location:
Dermatology
Phone:
434.924.5115

Paul W. Read, MD

Title:
Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology and Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Division:
General Radiation Oncology Appointment
Primary Location:
Radiation Oncology
Phone:
434.924.9333

Mark A. Russell, MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
General Dermatology Appointment
Primary Location:
Dermatology
Phone:
434.924.5115

Mark J. Jameson, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
Head & Neck Surgical Oncology
Primary Location:
Head and Neck Surgery Clinic
Phone:
434.982.1885

Thomas G. Cropley, MD

Title:
Professor
Division:
General Dermatology Appointment
Primary Location:
Primary and Specialty Care Zion Crossroads
Phone:
434.924.5115

David Charles Shonka Jr., MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
Head & Neck Surgical Oncology
Primary Location:
Head and Neck Surgery Clinic
Phone:
434.924.1565

Mary-Margaret B Noland, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
General Dermatology Appointment
Primary Location:
Dermatology
Phone:
434.924.5115