Minimal deviation and/or naevoid melanoma: is recognition worthwhile? A clinicopathological study of nine cases.

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One to two per cent of primary cutaneous melanomas share clinical features with benign melanocytic and non-melanocytic skin lesions, and even at histology recognition of their malignant nature is problematic, mainly due to the lack of an intraepithelial component, their nodular aspect and the monotonous cell population throughout the lesion. These tumours… (More)

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@article{Stas2000MinimalDA, title={Minimal deviation and/or naevoid melanoma: is recognition worthwhile? A clinicopathological study of nine cases.}, author={Marguerite Stas and Joost J. van den Oord and Marjan Garmyn and H. Degreef and Ivo de Wever and Christiane de Wolf-Peeters}, journal={Melanoma research}, year={2000}, volume={10 4}, pages={371-80} }