II melanoma is only in the skin and there is no sign that it has spread to lymph nodes or other parts of the body.
II is divided into IIA, IIB and IIC.
IIA means one of the following:
IIB means one of the following:
Your melanoma will be discussed by a Specialist Skin Cancer Multi-Disciplinary Team (SSMDT), which includes a(skin doctor), a plastic surgeon, an (cancer doctor), a specialist nurse, a pathologist (a doctor who reviews the ) and a radiologist (x-ray/scan doctor) and possibly some other types of support staff to discuss your treatment options.
If your as it is not known if this treatment is beneficial in this situation as yet. For further information on clinical trials see here.is negative you could only be offered as part of a
The following information should be used as part of a discussion with your medical team about the most appropriate treatment for your melanoma. Patients should also be aware that they may not be suitable for all the diagnostic interventions and treatments outlined below. There may also be variation in access to some of these due to regional service variation and limited clinical evidence.