A Left-Sided Prevalence of Lentigo Maligna: A UK Based Observational Study and Review of the Evidence

@inproceedings{Gorman2015ALP,
  title={A Left-Sided Prevalence of Lentigo Maligna: A UK Based Observational Study and Review of the Evidence},
  author={M. Sean Gorman and Andrew McKay Hart and Bipin Mathew},
  booktitle={Dermatology research and practice},
  year={2015}
}
Skin cancer has been shown to present asymmetrically, prevalent on the left side of the body, more so in subtypes of cutaneous melanoma such as lentigo maligna. Biases have been linked to cumulative UV light exposure and automobile driving patterns. Though left-right ratios have previously correlated with the side men or women tend to position themselves or countries drive on, more recent trends indicate a consistent left-sided bias. To clarify reasons for changing trends, a review of the… CONTINUE READING

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