Clinical diagnosis of pigmented lesions using digital epiluminescence microscopy. Grading protocol and atlas.

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BACKGROUND AND DESIGN Epiluminescence microscopy (ELM) is a clinical technique that permits in vivo visual inspection of pigmented anatomic structures of the epidermis, dermoepidermal junction, and papillary dermis. A protocol is proposed for systematic visual inspection of pigmented lesions. Seventy pigmented lesions were imaged with a digital ELM camera… (More)

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@article{Kenet1993ClinicalDO, title={Clinical diagnosis of pigmented lesions using digital epiluminescence microscopy. Grading protocol and atlas.}, author={Robert O Kenet and S Kang and Barney Kenet and Thomas Bernard Fitzpatrick and Arthur J. Sober and Raymond L. Barnhill}, journal={Archives of dermatology}, year={1993}, volume={129 2}, pages={157-74} }