Submission of melanocytic lesions for myPath® Melanoma testing is simple.

The myPath Melanoma test is designed to be used as an adjunct to histopathology when the distinction between a benign nevus and a malignant melanoma cannot be made confidently by histopathology alone.

Testing Process

Submission of lesion for testing

A dermatopathologist sends a tissue block or unstained slides with a completed myPath Melanoma Test Request Form to Myriad.

myPath Melanoma testing (5-7 Days)

myPath Melanoma testing is completed in approximately 5-7 days and provides a score as well as a classification of likely benign, likely malignant, or indeterminate.

Test score reported via ResultsNOW™

Test results are reported to the ordering physician via Myriad’s ResultsNOW™ online portal.

Score incorporated into Physician's Diagnosis

The physician reviews and interprets the myPath Melanoma results within the context of other clinical and histopathological information to render a final diagnosis.

Informational Videos

Learn about the Myriad myPath® Melanoma submission and testing processes.

Test Submission Process

Testing Process

For additional information on how to submit a specimen for testing