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Dermatologist detection and skin self-examination are associated with thinner melanomas: results from a survey of the Italian Multidisciplinary Group on Melanoma.
OBJECTIVE To investigate patterns of detection and variables associated with early diagnosis of melanoma in a population at intermediate melanoma risk. DESIGN Survey. SETTING Hospital andExpand
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Self‐detected cutaneous melanomas in Italian patients
Self‐detection of suspicious pigmented skin lesion combined with rapid referral to dermatologic centres is the key strategy in the fight against melanoma. The investigation of factors associated withExpand
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Patterns of Detection of Superficial Spreading and Nodular‐Type Melanoma: A Multicenter Italian Study
BACKGROUND Nodular histotype represents the condition that is mostly associated with diagnosis of thick melanoma. OBJECTIVE The objectives were to evaluate variables associated with and pattern ofExpand
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HLA antigens in keloids and hypertrophic scars.
A number of different diseases have already been associated with various antigens of the HLA system. 1,2 The aim of the present report is to outline the possible associations between HLAExpand
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A trial to assess the efficacy and tolerability of Hyalofill-F in non-healing venous leg ulcers.
OBJECTIVE This single-centre, open, uncontrolled pilot clinical trial set out to assess the efficacy and tolerability of Hyalofill-F (a partial benzyl ester derivative of hyaluronan), used inExpand
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Respiratory activity and growth of human skin derma fibroblasts.
A study has been made on the speed of growth and respiratory activity of fibroblast cultures from control derma, cheloid (hypertrophic) scar and stabilized scar taken from human skin. The speed ofExpand
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Increased burn patient survival with once-a-day high dose teicoplanin and netilmicin. An Italian multicenter study.
This is the final report of a large, controlled, multicenter Italian study on immuno- and chemotherapy in adult patients with burns affecting 20 to 95% of total body surface area (mean 35%). TheExpand
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CO2Laser Surgery in Recurrent Tumors of the Nose
Tumors of the nose are the most common facial tumors. Aggressive therapy of recurrent tumors of the skin of the nose could benefit by the use of the CO2laser. The technique provides quick andExpand
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“THE OVERLAP FLAP”
  • D. Dioguardi
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • 1 May 1998
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