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Epiluminescence microscopy for the diagnosis of doubtful melanocytic skin lesions. Comparison of the ABCD rule of dermatoscopy and a new 7-point checklist based on pattern analysis.
OBJECTIVE To compare the reliability of a new 7-point checklist based on simplified epiluminescence microscopy (ELM) pattern analysis with the ABCD rule of dermatoscopy and standard pattern analysisExpand
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How to treat actinic keratosis? An update.
Actinic keratosis (AKs) is one of the most common skin lesions leading to an increased risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma and other skin malignancies. The lesions principally arise as aExpand
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Acne scarring treatment using skin needling
Background.  Acne is a common condition seen in up to 80% of people between 11 and 30 years of age and in up to 5% of older adults. In some patients, it can result in permanent scars that areExpand
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Automatic Diagnosis of Melanoma: A Software System Based on the 7-Point Check-List
A new diagnostic method, the "ELM 7 point checklist", defines a set of seven features, based on colour and texture parameters, which describe the malignancy of a lesion. Expand
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Percutaneous collagen induction: an effective and safe treatment for post-acne scarring in different skin phototypes
Background: Atrophic scars can complicate moderate and severe acne. There are, at present, several modalities of treatment with different results. Percutaneous collagen induction (PCI) has recentlyExpand
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A software tool for the diagnosis of melanomas
A new system for automated diagnosis of melanocytic skin lesions, based on ELM 7 point checklist, is introduced. Expand
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Dermoscopic image-analysis system: estimation of atypical pigment network and atypical vascular pattern
Early detection of melanoma is one of the greatest challenges of dermatologic practice today. A new diagnostic method, the "ELM 7 point checklist", defines a set of seven features, based on color andExpand
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Acne Scars: Pathogenesis, Classification and Treatment
Acne has a prevalence of over 90% among adolescents and persists into adulthood in approximately 12%–14% of cases with psychological and social implications. Possible outcomes of the inflammatoryExpand
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