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Dysplastic naevus vs. in situ melanoma: digital dermoscopy analysis
Background  To date, much confusion exists about the biological significance of dysplastic naevi and about the relationship between melanocytic dysplasia and clinical atypia.
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Autologous Epidermal Cultures and Narrow‐Band Ultraviolet B in the Surgical Treatment of Vitiligo
BACKGROUND Vitiligo is an acquired skin disorder with a great social impact. It can be successfully treated with autologous epidermal grafting. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the possibility of treatingExpand
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Prevalence of skin allograft discards as a result of serological and molecular microbiological screening in a regional skin bank in Italy.
BACKGROUND Postmortem skin is widely used in the treatment of patients with severe burns. Skin specimens must be screened for transmissible agents including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV),Expand
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Evaluation of cutaneous melanoma thickness by digital dermoscopy analysis: a retrospective study
Digital dermoscopy analysis (DDA) exploits computerized analysis of digital images and offers the possibility of parametric analysis of morphological aspects of pigmented skin lesions by means ofExpand
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Acroangiodermatitis (pseudo‐Kaposi sarcoma) associated with verrucous hyperplasia induced by suction‐socket lower limb prosthesis
Abstract:  Increasing use of suction‐socket lower limb prostheses has been associated with an increased frequency of dermatological manifestations, linked to the fact that the skin of the amputationExpand
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A case of reticular erythematous mucinosis treated with topical tacrolimus
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Encephalocraniocutaneous lipomatosis (Haberland syndrome) with bilateral cutaneous and visceral involvement
Summary Encephalocraniocutaneous lipomatosis, or Haberland syndrome, is a rare congenital neurocutaneous disease. It is characterized clinically by unilateral lipomatous hamartomata of the scalp,Expand
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CD4+CD25+ Lymphocyte Subsets in Chronic Graft versus Host Disease Patients Undergoing Extracorporeal Photochemotherapy
Extracorporeal photochemotherapy (ECP) has been used successfully for the treatment of chronic Graft versus Host Disease (cGvHD). However, the mechanism by which ECP exerts its protective effectsExpand
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A case of idiopathic granulomatous cheilitis and vulvitis
A 36‐year‐old woman presented with chronic recurring dermatitis of the vulva, perineum, and lips. The genital lesions had a 3‐year history and were associated with slight pruritus and occasionalExpand
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Objective follow-up of atypical melanocytic skin lesions: a retrospective study
Various authors have suggested that information from longitudinal observation (follow-up) of dynamic changes in atypical melanocytic pigmented skin lesions (MPSL) could enable identification of earlyExpand
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