Dermoscopic-pathologic correlation: an atlas of 15 cases.

  title={Dermoscopic-pathologic correlation: an atlas of 15 cases.},
  author={G. Ferrara and G. Argenziano and H. Soyer and S. Staibano and E. Ruocco and G. de Rosa},
  journal={Clinics in dermatology},
  volume={20 3},
  • G. Ferrara, G. Argenziano, +3 authors G. de Rosa
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • Clinics in dermatology
  • In recent years, dermoscopy has become the conceptual and practical link between clinical and histopathologic examination of any pigmented skin lesion (PSL): in a melanocytic neoplasm (MN) as well as in a nonmelanocytic neoplasm (nMN), dermoscopy may give a great diagnostic aid, inasmuch as it allows the clinicians to visualize structures that would be otherwise not discernible by the naked eye. By definition, dermoscopy is a “skin surface microscopy”—ie, it cannot allow the clinician to detect… CONTINUE READING
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