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The Department of Dermatology provides top-line clinical care to patients with all stages of melanoma.
Surgeons offer melanoma patients advanced surgical procedures as part of their comprehensive melanoma treatment.
Health sciences researchers explore factors that may contribute to the increased incidence of melanoma.
Immunology scientists explore ways to enhance the body's own natural immune defenses as treatments for various stages of melanoma.
Home to one of the world's largest clinical pathology and laboratory services, Mayo Clinic provides consultative services for difficult or rare melanoma pathology diagnoses.
Highly skilled neurosurgeons may be called on for minimally invasive surgical techniques, intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging and computer-assisted brain surgery.
Oncology physicians and researchers collaborate to advance the science behind melanoma, including melanoma biology, prevention and treatment.
Eye experts from the Department of Ophthalmology work closely with melanoma physicians to provide specialized care for eye melanomas.
Orthopedic oncology surgeons offer expertise in surgeries related to melanoma that may involve the musculoskeletal system.
Mayo Clinic has one of the largest otorhinolaryngology practices in the world, with extensive experience in the treatment of mucosal melanoma of the nasal and oral cavity.
Surgeons offer melanoma patients comprehensive medical care to meet their reconstructive and cosmetic surgical needs.
Radiation oncologists treat melanoma while working closely with each patient's medical oncologists, surgeons and other doctors at Mayo Clinic.
Radiologists and interventional radiologists provide innovative minimally invasive tumor-directed therapy and alternative radiologic treatments to melanoma patients.
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