Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pigmented Lesions: The Pigmented Lesion Clinic, Massachusetts General Hospital : a Perspective of Three Decades, 1965-1995
McGraw-Hill, Incorporated, Health Professions Division, 1995 - Melanoma - 255 pages
This text provides a comprehensive summary of benign and malignant pigmented lesions and their differential diagnosis. It covers topics such as epidemiological data, aetiology, clinical and histological features, biological behaviour, treatment and prognosis, and gives a survey of the current literature. It is is written for dermatologists, and also for paediatricians, general practioners and students.
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Chapter 3 Ephelides
Lentigo Simplex and Mucosal Melanotic
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