Dermoscopic diagnosis by a trained clinician vs. a clinician with minimal dermoscopy training vs. computer-aided diagnosis of 341 pigmented skin lesions: a comparative study.

@article{Piccolo2002DermoscopicDB,
  title={Dermoscopic diagnosis by a trained clinician vs. a clinician with minimal dermoscopy training vs. computer-aided diagnosis of 341 pigmented skin lesions: a comparative study.},
  author={Domenico Piccolo and Angela Ferrari and Ketty Peris and R Diadone and Barbara Ruggeri and Sergio Chimenti},
  journal={The British journal of dermatology},
  year={2002},
  volume={147 3},
  pages={481-6}
}
BACKGROUND In the last few years digital dermoscopy has been introduced as an additional tool to improve the clinical diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the validity of digital dermoscopy by comparing the diagnoses of a dermatologist experienced in dermoscopy (5 years of experience) with those of a clinician with minimal training in this field, and then comparing these results with those obtained using computer-aided diagnoses. METHODS Three hundred and forty-one… CONTINUE READING
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