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Mucosal Melanoma Patient Guidelines
What is mucosal melanoma?
Mucosal melanomas are rare, representing only about 1-2% of all melanomas. 55% of all primary mucosal melanomas occur in the head and neck region, with the nose and paranasal sinuses being the most common sites.
As the principal UK melanoma charity, Melanoma Focus leads in the development of clinical guidelines for rare forms of melanoma using methodology that has been accredited by NICE.
Information for Patients and Carers
Each of our patient information booklets are drawn from these clinical guidelines, which were subject to an exhaustive consultation process involving a large number of organisations, healthcare professionals and patient representatives.
- Head and Neck Mucosal Melanoma
- Anorectal Mucosal Melanoma
- Penile Mucosal Melanoma
- Vulvo-vaginal Mucosal Melanoma