Melanoma cerebral metastasis


This case illustrates large brain hemorrhagic metastatic nodules that raise the possibilities for a malignant melanoma or a lung carcinoma (considering the most common hemorrhagic metastasis for this specific demographic data). Further body investigation with CT scan confirmed other metastasis foci, including one in the subcutaneous which theoretically established melanoma as the primary tumor. 

The diagnostic was pathologically proven as a scalp malignant melanoma.