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Typical and atypical dermoscopic presentations of dermatofibroma
Background  Dermatofibroma is a common skin neoplasm that is usually easy to recognize, but in some cases its differentiation from melanoma and other tumours may be difficult.
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Meta‐analysis of digital dermoscopy follow‐up of melanocytic skin lesions: a study on behalf of the International Dermoscopy Society
It has been demonstrated that dermoscopic monitoring of melanocytic lesions allows for the recognition of melanoma in early stages while minimizing the excision of benign lesions. However, it isExpand
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Accuracy of dermoscopic criteria for the diagnosis of psoriasis, dermatitis, lichen planus and pityriasis rosea
Background  Dermoscopy is useful in evaluating skin tumours, but its applicability extends also to the field of inflammatory skin disorders. Plaque psoriasis (PP), dermatitis, lichen planus (LP) andExpand
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Dermoscopic monitoring of melanocytic skin lesions: clinical outcome and patient compliance vary according to follow‐up protocols
Background  Dermoscopic monitoring of melanocytic lesions increases the likelihood that featureless melanomas are not overlooked and minimizes the excision of benign lesions.
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Dermoscopy in general dermatology: practical tips for the clinician
In addition to its well‐documented value in improving the diagnosis of skin tumours, dermoscopy is continually gaining appreciation in the field of general dermatology. Dermoscopy has been shown toExpand
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Dermoscopy of discoid lupus erythematosus
Summary Background  Dermoscopy is useful in evaluating skin tumours, but its applicability also extends into the field of inflammatory skin disorders. Discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) represents theExpand
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Clonal seborrheic keratosis: dermoscopic and confocal microscopy characterization
The diagnosis of clonal seborrheic keratosis may be challenging clinically and histologically.
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Assessment of SIAscopy in the triage of suspicious skin tumours
Spectrophotometric Intracutaneous Analysis (SIAscopy) is a non‐invasive, computerized technique for the diagnosis of pigmented skin tumours. The analysis is based on the evaluation of skinExpand
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Management of cancerization field with a medical device containing photolyase: a randomized, double‐blind, parallel‐group pilot study
References 1 Yasuda M, Tamura A, Shimizu A, Takahashi A, Ishikawa O. Bowen’s disease involving the urethra. J Dermatol 2005; 32: 210–213. 2 Pedrosa JA, Amstutz SP, Bihrle R, Mellon MJ. DistalExpand
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Update on dermoscopy of Spitz/Reed naevi and management guidelines by the International Dermoscopy Society
Spitzoid lesions represent a challenging and controversial group of tumours, in terms of clinical recognition, biological behaviour and management strategies. Although Spitz naevi are consideredExpand
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