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Cutaneous malignant melanoma, Scotland, 1979-89. The Scottish Melanoma Group.

  title={Cutaneous malignant melanoma, Scotland, 1979-89. The Scottish Melanoma Group.},
  author={R. MacKie and J. Hunter and T. Aitchison and D. Hole and K. Mclaren and R. Rankin and K. Blessing and A. Evans and A. Hutcheon and D. Jones},
  volume={339 8799},
The Scottish Melanoma Group (SMG) was established in 1979 to assess mortality from and incidence, features, pathological data, and management of cutaneous malignant melanoma in Scotland. Incidence during the first five years and five-year survival have already been reported. We now have data about incidence and mortality over eleven years in relation to anatomical site and pathological types. From 1979 to 1989, 1354 male and 2459 female patients with primary cutaneous malignant melanomas were… Expand
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