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  1. A Preliminary Study for Quantitative Assessment with HFUS (High- Frequency Ultrasound) of Nodular Skin Melanoma Breslow Thickness in Adults Before Surgery: Interdisciplinary Team Experience
  2. Effects of topical piroxicam and sun filters in actinic keratosis evolution and field cancerization: a two-center, assessor-blinded, clinical, confocal microscopy and dermoscopy evaluation trial
  3. Effectiveness and safety of secukinumab in Italian patients with psoriasis: an 84 week, multicenter, retrospective real-world study
  4. The use of in vivo reflectance confocal microscopy for the diagnosis of melanoma
  5. Clinical and dermoscopic characterization of pediatric and adolescent melanomas: Multicenter study of 52 cases
  6. Accuracy of dermatoscopy for the diagnosis of nonpigmented cancers of the skin
  7. A meta-analysis of nevus-associated melanoma: Prevalence and practical implications
  8. Dermoscopy of Pigmented Actinic Keratosis of the Face: A Study of 232 Cases
  9. Clinicodermoscopic features of Spitz naevi by age and anatomical site: a study of 378 Spitz naevi
  10. Parallel ridge dermoscopic pattern in plantar atypical Spitz nevus
  11. Baldness and scalp melanoma
  12. Does pregnancy influence melanoma prognosis? A meta-analysis
  13. Dermoscopy of lymphangioma circumscriptum: A morphological study of 45 cases
  14. Dermoscopic features of squamous cell carcinoma on the lips
  15. Update on dermoscopy of Spitz/Reed naevi and management guidelines by the International Dermoscopy Society
  16. A pretrained neural network shows similar diagnostic accuracy to medical students in categorizing dermatoscopic images after comparable training conditions
  17. Cryptogenic cirrhosis: misunderstood cause of yellow urticaria
  18. Dermoscopy of syringocystadenoma papilliferum
  19. Dermoscopic diagnosis of amelanotic/hypomelanotic melanoma
  20. Lymph nodes’ capsular naevi are associated with high naevus count in melanoma patients
  21. Dermoscopic features predicting the presence of mitoses in thin melanoma
  22. Dermoscopy pathology correlation in melanoma
  23. Management of cancerization field with a medical device containing photolyase: a randomized, double-blind, parallel-group pilot study
  24. Surgical suturing-induced melanocytic nevi. A new type of eruptive melanocytic nevi?
  25. Dermoscopy of uncommon variants of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans
  26. Pharmacoeconomic evaluations in the treatment of actinic keratoses
  27. The impact of dermoscopy on melanoma detection in the practice of dermatologists in Europe: results of a pan-European survey
  28. Evolution of Spitz naevi: a dermoscopic and confocal follow-up of 26 cases
  29. Acral melanoma
  30. Dermoscopic presentation of Hailey-Hailey disease
  31. Dermoscopy of Grover disease
  32. Keratoacanthoma-like dermatofibroma: A dermoscopic challenge
  33. Dermoscopic Ulceration is a Predictor of Basal Cell Carcinoma Response to Imiquimod: A Retrospective Study
  34. Dermoscopy of Malignant Skin Tumours: What's New?
  35. Dermoscopy of Subungual Exostosis: A Retrospective Study of 10 Patients
  36. Seven Non-melanoma Features to Rule Out Facial Melanoma
  37. Similar but Different: How Reflectance Confocal Microscopy May Help in the Diagnosis of Pink Lesions
  38. Teledermatology and Mobile Applications in the Management of Patients with Skin Lesions
  39. Therapeutic potential of the metabolic modulator phenformin in targeting the stem cell compartment in melanoma
  40. Vascular structures in dermal nevi: a reappraisal
  41. Collision tumors: A diagnostic challenge
  42. Clinical and dermoscopic clues to differentiate pigmented nail bands: an International Dermoscopy Society study
  43. Factors driving the use of dermoscopy in Europe: a pan-European survey
  44. Association between dermoscopic and reflectance confocal microscopy features of cutaneous melanoma with BRAF mutational status
  45. Drug-induced eruptive melanocytic nevi
  46. Dermoscopy of small-size basal cell carcinoma: a case-control study
  47. Dermoscopy andin vivoconfocal microscopy are complementary techniques for diagnosis of difficult amelanotic and light-coloured skin lesions
  48. Clinical Indications for Use of Reflectance Confocal Microscopy for Skin Cancer Diagnosis
  49. Dermoscopy of primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma (PCBCL)
  50. Dermoscopy for basal cell carcinoma subtype prediction
  51. Image Gallery: Segmental cutaneous leiomyomas in a patient with Reed syndrome
  52. Dermoscopy of Kyrle disease
  53. A risk scoring system for the differentiation between melanoma with regression and regressing nevi
  54. Brown globules in lentigo maligna (LM): A useful dermoscopic clue
  55. Boosting medical diagnostics by pooling independent judgments
  56. Both short-term and long-term dermoscopy monitoring is useful in detecting melanoma in patients with multiple atypical nevi
  57. Regression in cutaneous melanoma: a comprehensive review from diagnosis to prognosis
  58. Contemporary and potential future molecular diagnosis of melanoma
  59. Wait time to seek skin cancer screening in Italy
  60. Validity and Reliability of Dermoscopic Criteria Used to Differentiate Nevi From Melanoma
  61. Trichoblastoma: is a clinical or dermoscopic diagnosis possible?
  62. Standardization of terminology in dermoscopy/dermatoscopy: Results of the third consensus conference of the International Society of Dermoscopy
  63. Dermoscopy of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans on black skin
  64. Pregnancy and melanoma: a European-wide survey to assess current management and a critical literature overview
  65. When dermoscopy is supported by Tzanck smear
  66. Dabrafenib: a new opportunity for the treatment of BRAF V600-positive melanoma
  67. Diagnostic accuracy of reflectance confocal microscopy for lesions typified by dermoscopic island
  68. Halo and pseudo-halo melanoma
  69. Total Nevi, Atypical Nevi, and Melanoma Thickness
  70. Recent advances in dermoscopy
  71. Dermoscopy and Reflectance Confocal Microscopy for Monitoring the Treatment of Actinic Keratosis with Ingenol Mebutate Gel: Report of Two Cases
  72. Dispelling myths concerning pigmented skin lesions
  73. Orthovoltage radiotherapy for nonmelanoma skin cancer (NMSC): Comparison between 2 different schedules
  74. Pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma: clinical, dermoscopic and histopathological features
  75. Dermoscopic clues to differentiate facial lentigo maligna from pigmented actinic keratosis
  76. Confocal and dermoscopic features of basal cell carcinoma in Gorlin-Goltz syndrome: A case report
  77. The extent of whole-genome copy number alterations predicts aggressive features in primary melanomas
  78. Unknown Primary Melanoma: Worldwide Survey on Clinical Management
  79. Ex Vivo Fluorescence Microscopy
  80. False-Negative Cases on Confocal Microscopy Examination: A Retrospective Evaluation and Critical Reappraisal
  81. Unusual Dermoscopic Patterns of Seborrheic Keratosis
  82. Spitz naevi and melanomas with similar dermoscopic patterns: can confocal microscopy differentiate?
  83. Dermoscopy Pattern, Histopathology and Immunophenotype of Primary Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma Presenting as a Solitary Skin Nodule
  84. Detection Accuracy of Collective Intelligence Assessments for Skin Cancer Diagnosis
  85. Dermoscopy of Nodular Hidradenoma, a Great Masquerader: A Morphological Study of 28 Cases
  86. Dermoscopy in the diagnosis and management of basal cell carcinoma
  87. Twin melanomas
  88. Clinical and dermoscopic features of atypical Spitz tumors: A multicenter, retrospective, case-control study
  89. When a melanoma is uncovered by a tattoo
  90. Melanoma and naevi with a globular pattern: confocal microscopy as an aid for diagnostic differentiation
  91. Prior knowledge of the clinical picture does not introduce bias in the histopathologic diagnosis of melanocytic skin lesions
  92. The BRAAFF checklist: a new dermoscopic algorithm for diagnosing acral melanoma
  93. In vivoconfocal microscopic substrate of grey colour in melanosis
  94. Multiple Spitz naevi: the randomly distributed variant
  95. Dermoscopy aids the diagnosis of crusted scabies in an erythrodermic patient
  96. Ex Vivo Fluorescence Confocal Microscopy of Eccrine Syringomatous Carcinoma
  97. Routine Clinical-Pathologic Correlation of Pigmented Skin Tumors Can Influence Patient Management
  98. Fully regressive lesions: how dermoscopy can help us?
  99. Eccrine poroma: the great dermoscopic imitator
  100. In vivodetection of peripheral clefting in melanocytic lesions
  101. Reflectance confocal microscopy for plaque psoriasis therapeutic follow-up during an anti-TNF-α monoclonal antibody: an observational multicenter study
  102. Dermoscopy of tumours arising in naevus sebaceous: a morphological study of 58 cases
  103. Follicular psoriasis: an under-recognized condition
  104. Grading keratinocyte atypia in actinic keratosis: a correlation of reflectance confocal microscopy and histopathology
  105. When the �Ugly Duckling' Loses Brothers, It Becomes the �Only Son of a Widowed Mother'
  106. Dermoscopic pattern of radiation-induced angiosarcoma (RIA)
  107. Ex vivo fluorescence confocal microscopy in conjunction with Mohs micrographic surgery for cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma
  108. Standards in Dermatologic Imaging
  109. Histopathological study of perilesional skin in patients diagnosed with nonmelanoma skin cancer
  110. Digital dermoscopy monitoring in patients with multiple nevi: How many lesions should we monitor per patient?
  111. Pigmented nodular melanoma: the predictive value of dermoscopic features using multivariate analysis
  112. Tape stripping: A very short-term follow-up procedure for suspicious black lesions
  113. Increased mortality for pregnancy-associated melanoma: different outcomes pooled together, selection and publication biases
  114. Age, gender, and topography influence the clinical and dermoscopic appearance of lentigo maligna
  115. Reflectance confocal microscopy in the diagnosis of solitary pink skin tumours: review of diagnostic clues
  116. Reflectance confocal microscopy correlates of dermoscopic patterns of facial lesions help to discriminate lentigo maligna from pigmented nonmelanocytic macules
  117. Latent tuberculosis infection in patients with chronic plaque psoriasis: evidence from the Italian Psocare Registry
  118. Medical consultation the year before melanoma diagnosis: could we detect melanoma earlier?
  119. The clinical and dermoscopic features of invasive cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma depend on the histopathological grade of differentiation
  120. Morphological features of naevoid melanoma: results of a multicentre study of the International Dermoscopy Society
  121. Dermoscopic “signature” pattern of pigmented and nonpigmented facial actinic keratoses
  122. CD271 is expressed in melanomas with more aggressive behaviour, with correlation of characteristic morphology byin vivoreflectance confocal microscopy
  123. The stars within the melanocytic garden: unusual variants of Spitz naevi
  124. Differences in Clinicopathological Features and Distribution of Risk Factors in Italian Melanoma Patients
  125. Cutaneous metastasis of renal carcinoma
  126. Dermoscopy of clear cell acanthoma
  127. Dermoscopy of hypertrophic lupus erythematosus and differentiation from squamous cell carcinoma
  128. Dermoscopy of Nonmelanocytic Skin Tumors
  129. Likelihood of finding melanoma when removing a Spitzoid-looking lesion in patients aged 12 years or older
  130. Orange color: A dermoscopic clue for the diagnosis of granulomatous skin diseases
  131. Reasons for Excision of Skin Tumors: A One-Year Prospective Study in a Tertiary Skin Cancer Unit
  132. Regressive scalp lesions: Dermoscopic and confocal clues
  133. The dermoscopic variability of dermatofibromas
  134. When a clinical-dermoscopic correlation is warranted
  135. Age-related prevalence and morphological appearance of facial skin tumours: a prospective, cross-sectional, observational, multicentre study with special emphasis on melanocytic tumours
  136. Teaching dermatoscopy of pigmented skin tumours to novices: comparison of analytic vs. heuristic approach
  137. Dermoscopic difficult lesions: an objective evaluation of reflectance confocal microscopy impact for accurate diagnosis
  138. Classifying distinct basal cell carcinoma subtype by means of dermatoscopy and reflectance confocal microscopy
  139. Collision tumor ofmelanoma and atypical fibroxanthoma of the scalp
  140. Management of local skin reactions after the application of ingenol mebutate gel for the treatment of actinic keratosis: four illustrative cases
  141. Periungual Bowen disease mimicking chronic paronychia and diagnosed by dermoscopy
  142. Twenty nevi on the arms
  143. Ex vivo confocal microscopy for Mohs surgery
  144. “Neglected nipples”: acanthosis nigricans-like plaques caused by avoidance of nipple cleansing
  145. A novel CYLD germline mutation in Brooke-Spiegler syndrome
  146. A worrisome sudden change: Targetoid hemosiderotic nevus
  147. Not all lesions with a verrucous surface are seborrheic keratoses
  148. Distinct melanoma types based on reflectance confocal microscopy
  149. Dormant Melanomas or Changing Nevi?
  150. Uncovering a hidden basal cell carcinoma
  151. Dermoscopy and reflectance confocal microscopy of pigmented actinic keratoses: a morphological study
  152. Confocal microscopy: a new era in understanding the pathophysiologic background of inflammatory skin diseases
  153. Applicability of dermoscopy for evaluation of patients' response to nonablative therapies for the treatment of superficial basal cell carcinoma
  154. Atypical Spitz tumours and sentinel lymph node biopsy: a systematic review
  155. Dermatoskopie der Nägel
  156. Dermoscopy in general dermatology: practical tips for the clinician
  157. Dr K. Holubar (1936-2013)
  158. Lichen planopilaris after imiquimod 5% cream for multiple BCC in basal cell naevus syndrome
  159. Assessment of SIAscopy in the triage of suspicious skin tumours
  160. Accuracy of dermoscopic criteria for discriminating superficial from other subtypes of basal cell carcinoma
  161. Dermoscopic “signature” pattern of pigmented and nonpigmented lentigo maligna
  162. Palmar and plantar melanomas differ for sex prevalence and tumor thickness but not for dermoscopic patterns
  163. Recurrent Melanocytic Nevi and Melanomas in Dermoscopy
  164. Value of dermoscopy for the differential diagnosis of Wolf's post herpetic isotopic response
  165. A novel BRAF mutation in association with primary amelanotic melanoma with oral metastases
  166. Dermoscopy uncovers clinically undetectable pigmentation in basal cell carcinoma
  167. Dermatoscope-the dermatologist′s stethoscope
  168. Dermoscopic Pattern of Psoriatic Lesions on Specific Body Sites
  169. Flat pigmented macules on sun-damaged skin of the head/neck: Junctional nevus, atypical lentiginous nevus, or melanoma in situ?
  170. Dermoscopy of Actinic Keratosis, Intraepidermal Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  171. Diagnosis and management of facial pigmented macules
  172. Morphologic grading and treatment of facial actinic keratosis
  173. Dermoscopic nevus patterns in skin of colour: a prospective, cross-sectional, morphological study in individuals with skin type V and VI
  174. Dermoscopy and confocal microscopy clues in the diagnosis of psoriasis and porokeratosis
  175. The light and the dark of dermatoscopy in the early diagnosis of melanoma: Facts and controversies
  176. Melanocytic nevi with special features: clinical-dermoscopic and reflectance confocal microscopic-findings
  177. Dermoscopy in General Dermatology
  178. Spitz Nevus, Spitz Tumor, and Spitzoid Melanoma
  179. A Clinico-Dermoscopic Approach for Skin Cancer Screening
  180. Blue Lesions
  181. Dermoscopy should always be performed…even in clear-cut cases!
  182. Preface
  183. Problematic Lesions in Children
  184. Problematic Lesions in the Elderly
  185. Unklare Hautveränderung an der Glans penis führt zu unterschiedlichen dermatoskopischen Diagnosen
  186. Clonal seborrheic keratosis: dermoscopic and confocal microscopy characterization
  187. Pigmentation in a scar: Use of dermoscopy in the management decision
  188. Dermoscopy and Confocal Microscopy of Nested Melanoma of the Elderly
  189. Dermoscopy of basosquamous carcinoma
  190. Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology
  191. Polygonal vessels of rosacea are highlighted by dermoscopy
  192. Dermoscopy of uncommon skin tumours
  193. “White” network in Spitz nevi and early melanomas lacking significant pigmentation
  194. Clues for differentiating discoid lupus erythematosus from actinic keratosis
  195. Dermoscopy of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans: a study of 15 cases
  196. Is confocal microscopy a valuable tool in diagnosing nodular lesions? A study of 140 cases
  197. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for The Importance of a Full Clinical Examination: Assessment of Index Lesions Referred to a Skin Cancer Clinic Without a Total Body Skin Examination Would Miss One in Three Melanomas.
  198. Benign dermoscopic features in melanoma
  199. Dermoscopic Evaluation of Nodular Melanoma
  200. Multiple primary melanomas: do they look the same?
  201. Towards anin vivomorphologic classification of melanocytic nevi
  202. Update on non-melanoma skin cancer and the value of dermoscopy in its diagnosis and treatment monitoring
  203. Cutaneous endometriosis: dermoscopic findings related to phases of the female hormonal cycle
  204. Small-diameter melanocytic lesions: morphological analysis by means ofin vivoconfocal microscopy
  205. Analysis of clinical and dermoscopic features in melanocytic lesions with special emphasis on problematic lesions in children
  206. Negative pigment network: An additional dermoscopic feature for the diagnosis of melanoma
  207. Can noninvasive imaging tools potentially predict the risk of ulceration in invasive melanomas showing blue and black colors?
  208. Dermoscopic patterns of granuloma annulare and necrobiosis lipoidica
  209. Dermoscopic patterns of common facial inflammatory skin diseases
  210. Selective sunscreen application on nevi: frequency and determinants of a wrong sun-protective behaviour
  211. ‘Eruptive’ amelanotic compound nevi in children with facial freckles and pale skin colour: more than an occasion?
  212. Dermoscopy of Acral Melanoma: A Multicenter Study on Behalf of the International Dermoscopy Society
  213. Clinical, Dermoscopic and Histopathological Features of Eccrine Poroid Neoplasms
  214. Fibroepithelioma of Pinkus: Case Reports and Review of the Literature
  215. Inserting ex vivo Fluorescence Confocal Microscopy Perioperatively in Mohs Micrographic Surgery Expedites Bedside Assessment of Excision Margins in Recurrent Basal Cell Carcinoma
  216. Management Rules to Detect Melanoma
  217. The Role of Reflectance Confocal Microscopy as an Aid in the Diagnosis of Collision Tumors
  218. Peripheral stellate telangiectasias: a clinical-dermoscopic clue for diganosing cutaneous melanoma metastases
  219. Dermoscopy of Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Keratoacanthoma
  220. Meta-analysis of digital dermoscopy follow-up of melanocytic skin lesions: a study on behalf of the International Dermoscopy Society
  221. Typical and atypical dermoscopic presentations of dermatofibroma
  222. Dermoscopy of discoid lupus erythematosus
  223. Dermatoscopy of Grover's disease and solitary acantholytic dyskeratoma shows a brown, star-like pattern
  224. Dermoscopy of Nits and Pseudonits
  225. Farewell to skINsight
  226. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and the risk of keratinocyte skin cancer among women
  227. New Directions in Dermatopathology
  228. Early diagnosis of melanoma: what is the impact of dermoscopy?
  229. Commentary: Improved Detection of Nonpigmented Skin Tumors
  230. The “Signature” Pattern of Multiple Basal Cell Carcinomas
  231. Melanocytic tumors of uncertain malignant potential in childhood: do we really need sentinel node biopsy?
  232. Excised melanocytic lesions in children and adolescents - a 10-year survey
  233. A simple scoring system for the diagnosis of palmo-plantar pigmented skin lesions by digital dermoscopy analysis
  234. Accuracy in melanoma detection: A 10-year multicenter survey
  235. Successful treatment of two invasive squamous cell carcinomas with topical 5% imiquimod cream in elderly patients
  236. A curious serendipitous finding: Spitz naevus combined with a syringoma
  237. Dermoscopy of Small Basal Cell Carcinoma: Study of 100 Lesions 5 mm or Less in Diameter
  238. Accuracy of dermoscopic criteria for the diagnosis of psoriasis, dermatitis, lichen planus and pityriasis rosea
  239. Changes observed in slow-growing melanomas during long-term dermoscopic monitoring
  240. Small-diameter melanoma: toward a conceptual and practical reappraisal
  241. Improving triage and management of patients with skin cancer: challenges and considerations for the future
  242. Clinical, dermoscopic and reflectance confocal microscopy features of sebaceous neoplasms in Muir-Torre syndrome
  243. Dermatoscopy of facial actinic keratosis, intraepidermal carcinoma, and invasive squamous cell carcinoma: A progression model
  244. The dermoscopic variability of pigment network in melanoma in situ
  245. Dermoscopy of early stage mycosis fungoides
  246. Dermoscopy and Confocal Microscopy of Thrombosed Hemangiomas
  247. Metabolic abnormalities associated with initiation of systemic treatment for psoriasis: evidence from the Italian Psocare Registry
  248. Total body skin examination for skin cancer screening in patients with focused symptoms
  249. Reflectance Confocal Microscopy for the Evaluation of Solitary Red Nodules
  250. Confocal Microscopy: Improving Our Understanding of Nevogenesis
  251. Confocal Microscopy Insights into the Treatment and Cellular Immune Response of Basal Cell Carcinoma to Photodynamic Therapy
  252. Dermoscopy and Digital Dermoscopy Analysis of Palmoplantar ‘Equivocal’ Pigmented Skin Lesions in Caucasians
  253. Classifying Melanocytic Nevi
  254. Clinical and dermoscopic findings of a patient with co-existing lichen planus, lichen sclerosus and morphea.
  255. Dermoscopy of Merkel Cell Carcinoma
  256. The Dual Pathway of Nevogenesis
  257. Dermoscopic corkscrew hairs dissolve after successful therapy of Trichophyton violaceum tinea capitis: A case report
  258. In vivo detection of Demodex folliculorum by means of confocal microscopy
  259. Update on melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer
  260. Potpourri of Nonmelanocytic Skin Lesions
  261. Atypical/Dysplastic Nevi
  262. Melanoma Progression
  263. Blue-black rule: a simple dermoscopic clue to recognize pigmented nodular melanoma
  264. Absence of clinical and dermoscopic differences between congenital and noncongenital melanocytic naevi in a cohort of 2-year-old children
  265. The Impact of Physician Screening on Melanoma Detection
  266. A scientometric analysis of dermoscopy literature over the past 25 years
  267. Dermoscopy of Pigmented Lesions of the Mucosa and the Mucocutaneous Junction
  268. Granuloma faciale: a case report on long-term treatment with topical tacrolimus and dermoscopic aspects
  269. Dermoscopy for Discriminating Between Lichenoid Sarcoidosis and Lichen Planus
  270. Lichenoid keratosis-like melanomas
  271. Dermoscopy of scalp tumours: a multi-centre study conducted by the international dermoscopy society
  272. Frequency of Dermoscopic Nevus Subtypes by Age and Body Site
  273. Confocal microscopy of recurrent naevi and recurrent melanomas: a retrospective morphological study
  274. Adjuvant treatment with topical 5% imiquimod cream for resected stage IIIb melanoma
  275. „Sterbender Nävus“ oder regressives Melanom?
  276. Seven-point checklist of dermoscopy revisited
  277. The Dermoscopical and Histopathological Patterns of Nevi Correlate with the Frequency of BRAF Mutations
  278. Dermoscopy features for the diagnosis of furuncular myiasis
  279. Dermoscopy of Patients With Multiple Nevi
  280. Natural Evolution of Spitz Nevi
  281. The User-Generated Web-Based Dermoscopy Image Archive of the International Dermoscopy Society: A Contribution to E-Learning and Exchange of Knowledge
  282. Dermoscopy of Pigmented Lesions of the Vulva: A Retrospective Morphological Study
  283. What dermoscopy tells us about nevogenesis
  284. Dermoscopy of pyogenic granuloma: a morphological study
  285. Clinical and dermatoscopic findings in Bazex-Dupré-Christol and Gorlin–Goltz syndromes
  286. How to diagnose nonpigmented skin tumors: A review of vascular structures seen with dermoscopy
  287. How to diagnose nonpigmented skin tumors: A review of vascular structures seen with dermoscopy
  288. Dermoscopic Patterns of Purpuric Lesions
  289. Spitz Nevus: An Evolving Clinicopathologic Concept
  290. Free-Floating Collagen Fibers in Interstitial Mycosis Fungoides
  291. Reticulohistiocytosis: different dermatoscopic faces and a good response to methotrexate treatment
  292. Who benefits from prophylactic surgical removal of “dysplastic” nevi?
  293. Life Made Easier: Confocal Microscopy in Two Difficult Partially Pigmented Melanocytic Lesions
  294. Detection of atypical texture features in early malignant melanoma
  295. Slow-growing melanoma: a dermoscopy follow-up study
  296. Dermoscopy of Cutaneous Sarcoidosis
  297. Pediatric Atypical Spitzoid Neoplasms: A Review with Emphasis on ‘Red’ (‘Spitz’) Tumors and ‘Blue’ (‘Blitz’) Tumors
  298. Dermoscopy and Skin Cancer
  299. Dermatoscopy of basal cell carcinoma: Morphologic variability of global and local features and accuracy of diagnosis
  300. New insights into nevogenesis: In vivo characterization and follow-up of melanocytic nevi by reflectance confocal microscopy
  301. Perifollicular White Halo
  302. Desmoplastic Nevus: Clinicopathologic Keynotes
  303. How good are skin cancer clinics at melanoma detection? Number needed to treat variability across a national clinic group in Australia
  304. Dermoscopy—The Ultimate Tool for Melanoma Diagnosis
  305. The Morphologic Universe of Melanocytic Nevi
  306. Dermoscopic-Pathologic Correlation: Apropos of Six Equivocal Cases
  307. Sclerosing nevus with pseudomelanomatous features and regressing melanoma with nevoid features
  308. Dermoscopy and entomology (entomodermoscopy)
  309. Using Dermoscopic Criteria and Patient-Related Factors for the Management of Pigmented Melanocytic Nevi
  310. Problematic melanocytic lesions in children
  311. Fully regressive targetoid haemosiderotic haemangioma
  312. “White” Nevi and “Red” Melanomas: Association with the RHC Phenotype of the MC1R Gene
  313. The Influence of Clinical Information in the Histopathologic Diagnosis of Melanocytic Skin Neoplasms
  314. Dermatoscopy of pigmented melanocytic nevi in patients with oculocutaneous albinism
  315. Melanoma(s) Associated with a Quadrant or Segmental Distribution of Atypical Melanocytic Nevi
  316. Keratoacanthomas and Spitz Tumors: Are They Both ‘Self-Limiting’ Variants of Malignant Cutaneous Neoplasms?
  317. Sclerosing Nevus with Pseudomelanomatous Features (Nevus with Regression-Like Fibrosis): Clinical and Dermoscopic Features of a Recently Characterized Histopathologic Entity
  318. Fuzzy logic techniques for blotch feature evaluation in dermoscopy images
  319. Lupus Vulgaris: A New Look at an Old Symptom – The Lupoma Observed with Dermoscopy
  320. Remodeling of the Dermoepidermal Junction in Superficial Spreading Melanoma
  321. Automatic detection of blue-white veil and related structures in dermoscopy images
  322. Seventy Seconds Inadequate for a Complete Skin Examination—Reply
  323. A basis function feature-based approach for skin lesion discrimination in dermatology dermoscopy images
  324. Three Roots of Melanoma
  325. Multiresistant Enterobacteriaceae: new threat of an old problem
  326. Dermoscopic Evaluation of Amelanotic and Hypomelanotic Melanoma
  327. New classification of melanocytic nevi based on dermoscopy
  328. The Epidermal and Dermal Origin of Melanocytic Tumors: Theoretical Considerations Based on Epidemiologic, Clinical, and Histopathologic Findings
  329. Computer-Based Classification of Dermoscopy Images of Melanocytic Lesions on Acral Volar Skin
  330. Dermoscopic monitoring of melanocytic skin lesions: clinical outcome and patient compliance vary according to follow-up protocols
  331. Regarding the algorithm for the diagnosis of early mycosis fungoides proposed by the International Society for Cutaneous Lymphomas: suggestions from routine histopathology practice
  332. Nodules With a Prominent Vascular Component
  333. Never perform laser treatment of skin tumors with clinical "EFG" criteria
  334. Time Required for a Complete Skin Examination With and Without Dermoscopy
  335. Adnexal Tumors
  336. Digital Image Analysis for Diagnosis of Skin Tumors
  337. Lentiginous melanoma: a distinctive clinicopathological entity
  338. Lentigo Maligna in a Young Adult
  339. The “Ugly Duckling” Sign
  340. Age distribution of biopsied junctional nevi—Unna's concept versus a dual concept of nevogenesis
  341. Entodermoscopy: A New Tool for Diagnosing Skin Infections and Infestations
  342. A dual concept of nevogenesis:Theoretical considerations based on dermoscopic features of melanocytic nevi
  343. Dermoscopic Changes in Acral Melanocytic Nevi During Digital Follow-up
  344. Melanomas That Failed Dermoscopic Detection: A Combined Clinicodermoscopic Approach for Not Missing Melanoma
  345. Proposal of a new classification system for melanocytic naevi
  346. Dermoscopy Patterns of Eczemalike Melanoma
  347. Dermoscopy report: Proposal for standardization
  348. Nonnecrobiotic Necrobiotic Xanthogranuloma
  349. Feasibility of a Two-Step Teledermatologic Approach for the Management of Patients with Multiple Pigmented Skin Lesions
  350. Fast-Growing and Slow-Growing Melanomas
  351. Drei wichtige dermatoskopische Regeln
  352. Involution: The Natural Evolution of Pigmented Spitz and Reed Nevi?
  353. Dermoscopy of Solitary Angiokeratomas
  354. Dermoscopy features of melanoma incognito: Indications for biopsy
  355. Nevus Type in Dermoscopy Is Related to Skin Type in White Persons
  356. Dermoscopy Insights Into Nevogenesis
  357. Dermoscopy of Eccrine Poroma
  358. Color Atlas of Melanocytic Lesions of the Skin
  359. Dermoscopy Key Points: Recommendations from the International Dermoscopy Society
  360. Dermoscopic-Pathologic Correlation in an Unusual Case of Pigmented Basal Cell Carcinoma
  361. Dermoscopy of facial nonpigmented actinic keratosis
  362. The many faces of blue nevus: A clinicopathologic study
  363. Intraepidermal Dendritic Melanocytes in Spitzoid Neoplasms
  364. Instrument-, age- and site-dependent variations of dermoscopic patterns of congenital melanocytic naevi: a multicentre study
  365. Artifactual “pseudo-halo nevi” secondary to sunscreen application
  366. Dermoscopy Subpatterns of Inflammatory Skin Disorders
  367. Do we detect a new spectrum of biologically benign melanomas in the dermoscopy era?
  368. Melanoacanthoma Simulating Pigmented Spitz Nevus: an Unusual Dermoscopy Pitfall
  369. Quantitative assessment of tumour extraction from dermoscopy images and evaluation of computer-based extraction methods for an automatic melanoma diagnostic system
  370. Naevogenesis: new thoughts based on dermoscopy
  371. Dermoscopy Improves Accuracy of Primary Care Physicians to Triage Lesions Suggestive of Skin Cancer
  372. Two years' experience with Web-based teleconsulting in dermatology
  373. Three-point checklist of dermoscopy: an open internet study
  374. Modified Dermoscopic Algorithm for the Differentiation between Melanocytic and Nonmelanocytic Skin Tumors
  375. The specific dermoscopic criteria of Bowen's disease
  376. Atypical clinical presentation of pigmented purpuric dermatosis
  377. Age-related prevalence of dermoscopy patterns in acquired melanocytic naevi
  378. Clinicopathologic Features of Systemic Contact Dermatitis from Ethylenediamine in Cetirizine and Levocetirizine
  379. Dermoscopy in General Dermatology
  380. Pitfalls in the clinical and dermoscopic diagnosis of pigmented actinic keratosis
  381. The Spectrum of Spitz Nevi
  382. Collision of basal cell carcinoma with seborrhoeic keratosis: a dermoscopic aid to histopathology?
  383. Aphthous ulcers and imiquimod
  384. Dermoscopy of Pigmented Spitz and Reed Nevi
  385. Poly(adenosine diphosphate-ribose) polymerase 1 expression in malignant melanomas from photoexposed areas of the head and neck region
  386. Dermoscopy for challenging melanoma; how to raise the 'red flag' when melanoma clinically looks benign
  387. Dermoscopy of an Acral Congenital Melanocytic Nevus
  388. Freely Available Online Consultations in Dermatology
  389. Childhood granulomatous periorificial dermatitis: a controversial disease. Granulomatose periorifizielle Dermatitis der Kindheit: eine umstrittene Entitat
  390. Limitations of Histopathologic Analysis in the Recognition of Melanoma
  391. Dermoscopy of fibroepithelioma of pinkus
  392. The impact of dermoscopy on the management of pigmented skin lesions: The role of follow-up
  393. Do we detect a new spectrum of biologically ???benign??? melanomas in the dermoscopy era?
  394. Vascular Structures in Skin Tumors
  395. Diagnosis and categorization of acral melanocytic lesions using teledermoscopy
  396. Dermoscopy of Melanocytic Neoplasms
  397. Dermoscopy of Subcorneal Hematoma
  398. Glomerular vessels in Bowen's disease
  399. Which is the most reliable method for teaching dermoscopy for melanoma diagnosis to residents in dermatology?
  400. Dermoscopic features of melanoma on the scalp
  401. Dermatoscopic follow-up of a changing pigmented melanocytic skin lesion during pregnancy: from nevus to melanoma?
  402. Dermoscopy of Bowen's disease
  403. Amelanotic/hypomelanotic melanoma: clinical and dermoscopic features
  404. Dermoscopy of Melanocytic Hyperplasias
  405. Tele-education in dermatopathology of pigmented lesions: is dermoscopy a valuable tool?
  406. Internet-based program for automatic discrimination of dermoscopic images between melanomas and Clark naevi
  407. Three-colour test in dermoscopy: a re-evaluation
  408. Linear discriminant analysis of dermoscopic parameters for the differentiation of early melanomas from Clark naevi
  409. Dermoscopy Features of Pigmented Squamous Cell Carcinoma: A Case Report
  410. Dermoscopy for the diagnosis of porokeratosis
  411. A pilot study of a combined dermoscopic–pathological approach to the telediagnosis of melanocytic skin neoplasms
  412. Three-Point Checklist of Dermoscopy
  413. Some Thoughts on the ‘Three-Point Checklist of Dermoscopy’ by Soyer et al.
  414. Clinically equivocal melanocytic skin lesions with features of regression: a dermoscopic-pathological study
  415. Lymphatic spread of melanoma mimicking Kaposi-like angiodermatitis
  416. Dermoscopy of pigmented skin lesions: Results of a consensus meeting via the Internet
  417. Amelanotic/Hypomelanotic Melanoma - Is Dermatoscopy Useful For Diagnosis?
  418. Diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions by dermoscopy: web-based training improves diagnostic performance of non-experts
  419. Melanocytic Nevi of Palms and Soles
  420. Melanoma Simulating Seborrheic Keratosis: A Major Dermoscopy Pitfall
  421. Dermoscopy of Clear-Cell Acanthoma Differs from Dermoscopy of Psoriasis
  422. Cutaneous Spindle B-Cell Lymphoma: A Reappraisal
  423. Dermoscopic and histopathologic diagnosis of equivocal melanocytic skin lesions
  424. Morphologic changes of a pigmented Spitz nevus assessed by dermoscopy
  425. Pre-operative diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions: in vivo dermoscopy performs better than dermoscopy on photographic images
  426. Dermoscopic-pathologic correlation: an atlas of 15 cases
  427. Impact of dermoscopy on the clinical management of pigmented skin lesions
  428. Dermoscopic classification of Spitz/Reed nevi
  429. Commentary: dermoscopy
  430. “Compound blue nevus”: A reappraisal of “superficial blue nevus with prominent intraepidermal dendritic melanocytes” with emphasis on dermoscopic and histopathologic features
  431. Dermoscopy of pigmented skin lesions – a valuable tool for early
  432. DNA Ploidy and Cyclin D1 Expression in Basal Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck
  433. Post-apopletic trigeminal trophic syndrome
  434. Epiluminescence Microscopy for Port-Wine Stains: Pretreatment Evaluation
  435. Superficial Black Network: An Additional Dermoscopic Clue for the Diagnosis of Pigmented Spindle and/or Epithelioid Cell Nevus
  436. Dermoscopic criteria for melanoma in situ are similar to those for early invasive melanoma
  437. 2-(fluorine-18)fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose positron emission tomography in the detection and staging of malignant lymphoma
  438. Central white scarlike patch: A dermatoscopic clue for the diagnosis of dermatofibroma
  439. Acitretin and treatment of the oral leucoplakias. A model to have an active molecules release
  440. Dermatoscopic pitfalls in differentiating pigmented Spitz naevi from cutaneous melanomas
  441. Prognostic value of apoptotic index in cutaneous basal cell carcinomas of head and neck
  442. Clinical and dermatoscopic criteria for the preoperative evaluation of cutaneous melanoma thickness
  443. Epiluminescence Microscopy for the Diagnosis of Doubtful Melanocytic Skin Lesions
  444. Hereditary multiple fibrofolliculomas, trichodiscomas and acrochordons: syndrome of Birt-Hogg-Dubè
  445. A statistical analysis of the characteristics of pigmented skin lesions using epiluminescence microscopy
  446. Epiluminescence microscopy: Criteria of cutaneous melanoma progression
  447. Blue Nevus
  448. False-Negative Melanomas
  449. Spitz Nevus and Its Variants