Dermatoscopy in the diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions: a new semiology for the dermatologist.

@article{Carli2000DermatoscopyIT,
  title={Dermatoscopy in the diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions: a new semiology for the dermatologist.},
  author={P. -M. Carli and Vincenzo de Giorgi and H. Peter Soyer and Marcello Stante and Francesca Mannone and Benvenuto Giannotti},
  journal={Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology : JEADV},
  year={2000},
  volume={14 5},
  pages={353-69}
}
Dermatoscopy or epiluminescence microscopy (ELM), is a noninvasive method that enables clinicians to evaluate fully--by means of a magnified oil immersion diascopy--numerous morphological features, not visible with the naked eye, which enhance the diagnosis of nearly all pigmented skin lesions. In recent years, a burst of research activity in this topic has been carried out, dealing with different aspects, and new frontiers, of this technique. First, a continuous refinement of dermatoscopic… CONTINUE READING

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