Outcomes of referral to dermatology for suspicious lesions: implications for teledermatology.

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OBJECTIVES To determine the proportion of suspicious lesions referred by nondermatologists that are found to be malignant and the number of incidental skin cancers identified at the time of dermatology referral. DESIGN Retrospective cohort study. SETTING Veterans Affairs Connecticut Healthcare System. PATIENTS Four hundred patients referred by… (More)
DOI: 10.1001/archdermatol.2011.108

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@article{Viola2011OutcomesOR, title={Outcomes of referral to dermatology for suspicious lesions: implications for teledermatology.}, author={Kate V. Viola and Whitney L Tolpinrud and Cary P. Gross and Robert Scott Kirsner and Suguru Imaeda and Daniel Glenn Federman}, journal={Archives of dermatology}, year={2011}, volume={147 5}, pages={556-60} }