Variations in management of stage I to stage III cutaneous melanoma: a population-based study of clinical practices in France.

@article{Grange2008VariationsIM,
  title={Variations in management of stage I to stage III cutaneous melanoma: a population-based study of clinical practices in France.},
  author={F Grange and Fabien Vitry and Florence Granel-Brocard and Dan Lipsker and François Aubin and Guy H{\'e}delin and Sophie Dalac and François Truchetet and Catherine Werts Michel and Marie-Laure Batard and B{\'e}atrice Baury and Jean-Michel Halna and Jean Luc Schmutz and Christian Delvincourt and Georges Reuter and St{\'e}phane Dalle and Phillipe Bernard and Arlette Danzon},
  journal={Archives of dermatology},
  year={2008},
  volume={144 5},
  pages={
          629-36
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To describe current management of cutaneous melanoma (CM) and identify factors accounting for disparities. DESIGN Retrospective population-based study using survey of cancer registries and pathology laboratories, and questionnaires to physicians. SETTING Five regions covering 19.2% of the French territory and including 8.2 million inhabitants. PATIENTS Incident cases of patients with stage I to stage II (hereinafter, stage I-II) tumors staged according to the American Joint… CONTINUE READING
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