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  1. A review of literature supporting the development of practice guidelines for teledermatology in Australia
  2. Long‐term deaths from melanoma according to tumor thickness at diagnosis
  3. The interplay of sun damage and genetic risk in Australian multiple and single primary melanoma cases and controls
  4. Self‐reported naevus density may lead to misclassification of melanoma risk
  5. 3D Total Body Photography for early melanoma detection
  6. Smartphones, artificial intelligence and digital histopathology take on basal cell carcinoma diagnosis
  7. High naevus count and MC 1R red hair alleles contribute synergistically to increased melanoma risk
  8. Fighting Melanoma with Smartphones: A Snapshot of Where We are a Decade after App Stores Opened Their Doors
  9. Why a randomized melanoma screening trial may be a good idea
  10. ‘Mind your Moles’ study: protocol of a prospective cohort study of melanocytic naevi
  11. Unexpected positron emission tomography/computed tomography uptake in benign dermal naevus
  12. Iris pigmented lesions as a marker of cutaneous melanoma risk: an Australian case-control study
  13. Point mutation in p14ARF -specific exon 1β of CDKN2A causing familial melanoma and astrocytoma
  14. Automated diagnosis: shedding the light on skin cancer
  15. The BRAF and NRAS mutation prevalence in dermoscopic subtypes of acquired naevi reveals constitutive mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway activation
  16. Focal regression of a primary melanoma, fading lentigines and poliosis in metastatic melanoma treated with anti-PD-1
  17. Generational shift in melanoma incidence and mortality in Queensland, Australia, 1995-2014
  18. Do hand-addressed envelopes improve community response rates for a longitudinal study?
  19. Clinical comparison of actinic changes preceding squamous cell carcinoma vs. intraepidermal carcinoma in renal transplant recipients
  20. Patients’ and doctors’ preferences for disclosing dermatology results
  21. Dermoscopy of a pigmented apocrine porocarcinoma arising from a pigmented hidroacanthoma simplex
  22. Diphenylcyclopropenone for the treatment of cutaneous in-transit melanoma metastases - results of a prospective, non-randomized, single-centre study
  23. The natural history of common melanocytic naevi: a systematic review of longitudinal studies in the general population
  24. GSTP1 does not modify MC1R effects on melanoma risk
  25. Consumer teledermoscopy for melanoma diagnosis
  26. Concurrent Reflectance Confocal Microscopy and Laser Doppler Flowmetry to Improve Skin Cancer Imaging: A Monte Carlo Model and Experimental Validation
  27. Validity and Reliability of Dermoscopic Criteria Used to Differentiate Nevi From Melanoma
  28. Prevalence of Skin Cancer and Related Skin Tumors in High-Risk Kidney and Liver Transplant Recipients in Queensland, Australia
  29. Multiparameter analysis of naevi and primary melanomas identifies a subset of naevi with elevated markers of transformation
  30. A mutation in theCdongene potentiates congenital nevus development mediated by NRASQ61K
  31. Histopathology and reflectance confocal microscopy features of photodamaged skin and actinic keratosis
  32. Economics of teledermatology
  33. Standardization of terminology in dermoscopy/dermatoscopy: Results of the third consensus conference of the International Society of Dermoscopy
  34. Automated Segmentation of Skin Strata in Reflectance Confocal Microscopy Depth Stacks
  35. Teledermatology and clinical photography: safeguarding patient privacy and mitigating medico-legal risk
  36. Ten-Year Survival after Multiple Invasive Melanomas Is Worse than after a Single Melanoma: a Population-Based Study
  37. Skin microbiopsy for HPV DNA detection in cutaneous warts
  38. Heritability of naevus patterns in an adult twin cohort from the Brisbane Twin Registry: a cross-sectional study
  39. A distinct expression profile separates Turkish and Australian melanocytic naevi
  40. Diagnosis of an additional in situ melanoma does not influence survival for patients with a single invasive melanoma: A registry-based follow-up study
  41. Abstract B34: Global histone modifications define early stress induced drug tolerance in cancer
  42. A randomized, phase IIa exploratory trial to assess the safety and preliminary efficacy of LEO 43204 in patients with actinic keratosis
  43. The clinical relevance of dermoscopic naevus patterns
  44. Public Teledermatology Service in Queensland
  45. Mediation of improvements in sun protective and skin self-examination behaviours: results from the healthy text study
  46. Aurora A Is Critical for Survival in HPV-Transformed Cervical Cancer
  47. Teledermatologists’ management of emergency skin conditions
  48. Prior knowledge of the clinical picture does not introduce bias in the histopathologic diagnosis of melanocytic skin lesions
  49. A clinical audit of high-cost and off-label drug use in dermatology
  50. A systematic review of non-surgical treatments for lentigo maligna
  51. Grading keratinocyte atypia in actinic keratosis: a correlation of reflectance confocal microscopy and histopathology
  52. Reflectance confocal microscopy for better management of cutaneous pink lesions
  53. The Prognostic and Predictive Value of Melanoma-related MicroRNAs Using Tissue and Serum: A MicroRNA Expression Analysis
  54. High incidence of primary melanomas in an MC1R RHC homozygote/CDKN2A mutant genotype patient
  55. A case of gamasoidosis associated with exposure to a wild lorikeet feeding tray
  56. Smartphone diagnosis of skin cancer: there's not yet an app for that
  57. Consumer preferences for teledermoscopy screening to detect melanoma early
  58. Redefining Dermatologists’ Role in Skin Cancer Early Detection and Follow-up Care
  59. BRAF Wild-Type Melanoma in Situ Arising In a BRAF V600E Mutant Dysplastic Nevus
  60. Expression of Bcl-xL and Mcl-1 in the Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers of Renal Transplant Recipients
  61. Consumer Teledermoscopy
  62. User preferences for text message-delivered skin cancer prevention and early detection
  63. Can skin cancer prevention and early detection be improved via mobile phone text messaging? A randomised, attention control trial
  64. Dermoscopic variability of basal cell carcinoma according to clinical type and anatomic location
  65. Automated Detection of Actinic Keratoses in Clinical Photographs
  66. Sun Protection Behavior in Organ Transplant Recipients in Queensland, Australia
  67. Counting Actinic Keratosis – Is Photographic Assessment a Reliable Alternative to Physical Examination in Clinical Trials?
  68. Multiple Primary Cancers Associated with Merkel Cell Carcinoma in Queensland, Australia, 1982–2011
  69. Comparative Immune Phenotypic Analysis of Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Intraepidermal Carcinoma in Immune-Competent Individuals: Proportional Representation of CD8+ T-Cells but Not FoxP3+ Regulatory T-Cells Is Associated with Disease Stage
  70. High-contrast coherent terahertz imaging of porcine tissue via swept-frequency feedback interferometry
  71. BRAF V600E Mutation Status of Involuting and Stable Nevi in Dabrafenib Therapy With or Without Trametinib
  72. THz QCL self-mixing interferometry for biomedical applications
  73. Changeable naevi in people at high risk for melanoma
  74. Melanoma susceptibility as a complex trait: genetic variation controls all stages of tumor progression
  75. Incidence and Survival for Merkel Cell Carcinoma in Queensland, Australia, 1993-2010
  76. Lesion Selection by Melanoma High-Risk Consumers During Skin Self-examination Using Mobile Teledermoscopy
  77. Distinct melanoma types based on reflectance confocal microscopy
  78. Negative Pigment Network and Shiny White Streaks
  79. Distribution of Subsequent Primary Invasive Melanomas Following a First Primary Invasive or In Situ Melanoma in Queensland, Australia, 1982-2010
  80. Natural History of Atypical and Equivocal Melanocytic Lesions in Children: An Observational Study of 19 Cases
  81. High Aspect Ratio Elongated Microparticles for Enhanced Topical Drug Delivery in Human Volunteers
  82. Clinical Features of Actinic Keratoses and Early Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  83. Phenotypic Characterization of Nevus and Tumor Patterns in MITF E318K Mutation Carrier Melanoma Patients
  84. Mobile Medical Applications for Melanoma Risk Assessment: False Assurance or Valuable Tool?
  85. Distribution Analyses of Acquired Melanocytic Naevi on the Trunk
  86. Teledermatology for skin cancer prevention: an experience on 690 Austrian patients
  87. Defining incidental perineural invasion: the need for a national registry
  88. Skin cancer detection by one click — are we any closer?
  89. Three-dimensional modelling for estimation of nevus count and probability of nevus-melanoma progression in a murine model
  90. Zinc oxide nanoparticle removal from wounded human skin
  91. Elongate microparticles for enhanced drug delivery to ex vivo and in vivo pig skin
  92. Barriers to mobile teledermoscopy in primary care
  93. Audit of a State-wide store and forward teledermatology service in Australia
  94. A Clinico-Dermoscopic Approach for Skin Cancer Screening
  95. Unklare Hautveränderung an der Glans penis führt zu unterschiedlichen dermatoskopischen Diagnosen
  96. The opportunity for microbiopsies for skin cancer
  97. Effects of Ex Vivo Skin Microbiopsy on Histopathologic Diagnosis in Melanocytic Skin Lesions
  98. A Plea for Biobanking of All Equivocal Melanocytic Proliferations
  99. Advances in Skin Cancer Early Detection and Diagnosis
  100. Microbiopsy engineered for minimally invasive and suture-free sub-millimetre skin sampling
  101. Reflectance confocal microscopy in the diagnosis of nodular skin lesions
  102. Effects of a Chemical Sunscreen on UV-Induced Changes of Different Histological Features in Melanocytic Nevi
  103. Computational characterization of reflectance confocal microscopy features reveals potential for automated photoageing assessment
  104. Plasticity of melanoma in vivo: murine lesions resulting from Trp53, but not Cdk4 or Arf deregulation, display neural transdifferentiation
  105. Benign dermoscopic features in melanoma
  106. Dermoscopic Evaluation of Nodular Melanoma
  107. Dermoscopy use in the next generation: A survey of Australian dermatology trainees
  108. Molecular diagnosis of skin conditions via microsampling
  109. The HealthyTexts study: A randomized controlled trial to improve skin cancer prevention behaviors among young people
  110. NRAS and BRAF Mutations in Cutaneous Melanoma and the Association with MC1R Genotype: Findings from Spanish and Austrian Populations
  111. Negative pigment network: An additional dermoscopic feature for the diagnosis of melanoma
  112. The epidermal growth factor receptor in squamous cell carcinoma: An emerging drug target
  113. Noninvasive methods for the assessment of photoageing
  114. Treatment goals for moderate to severe psoriasis: An Australian consensus
  115. Mobile Teledermatology in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Useful Tool in Supporting Health Workers in Low-resource Centres
  116. Influence of time on dermoscopic diagnosis and management
  117. Laypersons’ sensitivity for melanoma identification is higher with dermoscopy images than clinical photographs
  118. Quantifying the Orientation of Acquired Melanocytic Nevi on the Back
  119. A blueprint for staging of murine melanocytic lesions based on theCdk4R24C/R24C::Tyr-NRASQ61Kmodel
  120. In vivo assessment of chronological ageing and photoageing in forearm skin using reflectance confocal microscopy
  121. Correction
  122. Dermoscopy, reflectance confocal microscopy and histopathology of an amelanotic melanoma from an individual heterozygous for MC1R and tyrosinase variant alleles
  123. In Vivo Confocal Microscopic Pattern of Fibroepithelioma of Pinkus
  124. Confocal features of equivocal facial lesions on severely sun-damaged skin: Four case studies with dermatoscopic, confocal, and histopathologic correlation
  125. Personalised electronic messages to improve sun protection in young adults
  126. Dermoscopy in the Southern Hemisphere: a success story
  127. The Human Stratum Corneum Prevents Small Gold Nanoparticle Penetration and Their Potential Toxic Metabolic Consequences
  128. Introduction: The 3-point checklist
  129. The AC Rule for melanoma: A simpler tool for the wider community
  130. Modelling melanoma in mice
  131. Skin Emergency Telemedicine
  132. Teledermatology in pharmacies: a pilot study
  133. Tele-assessment of Psoriasis Area and Severity Index: A study of the accuracy of digital image capture
  134. Gold Nanoparticle Penetration and Reduced Metabolism in Human Skin by Toluene
  135. Strategies for assessing the degree of photodamage to skin: a systematic review of the literature
  136. New insights in naevogenesis: Number, distribution and dermoscopic patterns of naevi in the elderly
  137. Dermoscopic naevus patterns in people at high versus moderate/low melanoma risk in Queensland
  138. Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting For Simultaneous Monitoring Of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles And NAD(P)H In Intact And Barrier-Disrupted Volunteer Skin
  139. Incorporating teledermatology into emergency medicine
  140. Superficial Spreading-Like Melanoma in Arf−/−::Tyr-NrasQ61K::K14-Kitl Mice: Keratinocyte Kit Ligand Expression Sufficient to “Translocate” Melanomas from Dermis to Epidermis
  141. Effectiveness and limitations of reflectance confocal microscopy in detecting persistence of basal cell carcinomas: A preliminary study
  142. Nanoparticles and microparticles for skin drug delivery
  143. First experiences using reflectance confocal microscopy on equivocal skin lesions in Queensland
  144. Dermatoscopy of genital warts
  145. Mobile teledermatology for skin tumour screening: diagnostic accuracy of clinical and dermoscopic image tele-evaluation using cellular phones
  146. Applications of multiphoton tomographs and femtosecond laser nanoprocessing microscopes in drug delivery research
  147. Pigmented spindle cell naevus of Reed: A controversial diagnostic entity in Australia
  148. Results of a nationwide dermoscopy survey investigating the prevalence, advantages and disadvantages of dermoscopy use among Australian dermatologists
  149. The User-Generated Web-Based Dermoscopy Image Archive of the International Dermoscopy Society: A Contribution to E-Learning and Exchange of Knowledge
  150. The Remote Assessment of Melanocytic Skin Lesions: A Viable Alternative to Face-to-Face Consultation
  151. Measuring performance in skin cancer practice: the SCARD initiative
  152. Key points in dermoscopy for diagnosis of melanomas, including difficult to diagnose melanomas, on the trunk and extremities
  153. Interobserver variability of teledermoscopy: an international study
  154. Shiny white streaks: An additional dermoscopic finding in melanomas viewed using contact polarised dermoscopy
  155. Differential roles of the pRb and Arf/p53 pathways in murine naevus and melanoma genesis
  156. A support vector machine for decision support in melanoma recognition
  158. Recent advances in diagnosing cutaneous melanomas
  159. Who benefits from prophylactic surgical removal of “dysplastic” nevi?
  160. Detection of atypical texture features in early malignant melanoma
  161. Dermoscopic presentation of a 2-mm melanoma in situ
  162. Dermoscopy and Skin Cancer
  163. Dermatoscopy of basal cell carcinoma: Morphologic variability of global and local features and accuracy of diagnosis
  164. New insights into nevogenesis: In vivo characterization and follow-up of melanocytic nevi by reflectance confocal microscopy
  165. Factors Contributing to Incomplete Excision of Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer by Australian General Practitioners
  166. Lacunarity Analysis: A Promising Method for the Automated Assessment of Melanocytic Naevi and Melanoma
  167. Mobile Teledermoscopy—Melanoma Diagnosis by One Click?
  168. Unusual clinical and dermoscopic presentation of a wart
  169. The Africa Teledermatology Project: Preliminary experience with a sub-Saharan teledermatology and e-learning program
  170. Effectiveness of 5-fluorouracil treatment for actinic keratosis - a systematic review of randomized controlled trials
  171. The Influence of Clinical Information in the Histopathologic Diagnosis of Melanocytic Skin Neoplasms
  172. Telemedicine in Skin Emergencies
  173. Fuzzy logic techniques for blotch feature evaluation in dermoscopy images
  174. Clinical and Dermoscopic Features of Porokeratosis of Mibelli
  175. Automatic detection of blue-white veil and related structures in dermoscopy images
  176. A basis function feature-based approach for skin lesion discrimination in dermatology dermoscopy images
  177. Three Roots of Melanoma
  178. State of the Art of Teledermatopathology
  179. Dermoscopic Evaluation of Amelanotic and Hypomelanotic Melanoma
  180. The Epidermal and Dermal Origin of Melanocytic Tumors: Theoretical Considerations Based on Epidemiologic, Clinical, and Histopathologic Findings
  181. Computer-Based Classification of Dermoscopy Images of Melanocytic Lesions on Acral Volar Skin
  182. A dermoscopic pitfall: Ancient melanocytic nevus
  183. Teledermatology: How to Start a New Teaching and Diagnostic Era in Medicine
  184. Teledermatology: An Update
  185. Non-melanoma skin cancers
  186. Telemedicine and teledermatology: Past, present and future
  187. Mobile teledermatology: a feasibility study of 58 subjects using mobile phones
  189. Teledermatological Monitoring of Leg Ulcers in Cooperation With Home Care Nurses
  190. A dual concept of nevogenesis:Theoretical considerations based on dermoscopic features of melanocytic nevi
  191. Melanomas That Failed Dermoscopic Detection: A Combined Clinicodermoscopic Approach for Not Missing Melanoma
  192. Clinical and Dermoscopic Features of Agminated Blue Nevus
  193. Proposal of a new classification system for melanocytic naevi
  194. Dermoscopy report: Proposal for standardization
  195. Giant Pilomatricoma
  196. Feasibility of a Two-Step Teledermatologic Approach for the Management of Patients with Multiple Pigmented Skin Lesions
  197. Melanoma Screening with Cellular Phones
  198. Feasibility and diagnostic agreement in teledermatopathology using a virtual slide system
  199. Involution: The Natural Evolution of Pigmented Spitz and Reed Nevi?
  200. Dermoscopy features of melanoma incognito: Indications for biopsy
  201. Nevus Type in Dermoscopy Is Related to Skin Type in White Persons
  202. Naevus en cocarde (hoop-loop naevus)
  203. Dermoscopic Features of Difficult Melanoma
  204. The additive value of second opinion teleconsulting in the management of patients with challenging inflammatory, neoplastic skin diseases: a best practice model in dermatology?
  205. Additional dermoscopic presentation of haemosiderotic dermatofibroma
  206. Dermoscopy Key Points: Recommendations from the International Dermoscopy Society
  207. Dermoscopy Patterns of Halo Nevi
  208. Malignant Melanoma in Marathon Runners
  209. Low-resolution teledermatology: reply from authors
  210. Dermoscopy of facial nonpigmented actinic keratosis
  211. The many faces of blue nevus: A clinicopathologic study
  212. Intraepidermal Dendritic Melanocytes in Spitzoid Neoplasms
  213. Teledermatopathology: A Controlled Study About Diagnostic Validity and Technical Requirements for Digital Transmission
  214. Regression of Atypical Nevus: An Anecdotal Dermoscopic Observation
  215. Correlation with digital dermoscopic images can help dermatopathologists to diagnose equivocal skin tumours
  216. Immunotherapy of malignant melanoma – Basic principles and novel therapeutic approaches
  217. Quantitative assessment of tumour extraction from dermoscopy images and evaluation of computer-based extraction methods for an automatic melanoma diagnostic system
  218. Personal digital assistants in teledermatology
  219. Naevogenesis: new thoughts based on dermoscopy
  220. Morphologic Changes of Acquired Melanocytic Nevi With Eccentric Foci of Hyperpigmentation (“Bolognia Sign”) Assessed by Dermoscopy
  221. Mobile teledermatology coming of age
  222. Dermoscopy Improves Accuracy of Primary Care Physicians to Triage Lesions Suggestive of Skin Cancer
  223. Two years' experience with Web-based teleconsulting in dermatology
  224. Three-point checklist of dermoscopy: an open internet study
  225. Age-related prevalence of dermoscopy patterns in acquired melanocytic naevi
  226. Dermoscopy in General Dermatology
  227. The Spectrum of Spitz Nevi
  228. Prospective, Randomized, Multicenter, Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial Comparing Adjuvant Interferon Alfa and Isotretinoin With Interferon Alfa Alone in Stage IIA and IIB Melanoma: European Cooperative Adjuvant Melanoma Treatment Study Group
  230. Collision of basal cell carcinoma with seborrhoeic keratosis: a dermoscopic aid to histopathology?
  231. Epidermolysis bullosa naevi reveal a distinctive dermoscopic pattern
  232. Dermoscopy of an Acral Congenital Melanocytic Nevus
  233. Freely Available Online Consultations in Dermatology
  234. Dermoscopy for skin cancer detection
  235. Limitations of Histopathologic Analysis in the Recognition of Melanoma
  236. Dermoscopy of fibroepithelioma of pinkus
  237. Wound Teleconsultation in Patients with Chronic Leg Ulcers
  238. Teledermatology: Just Cool or a Real Tool?
  239. Do we detect a new spectrum of biologically ???benign??? melanomas in the dermoscopy era?
  240. Vascular Structures in Skin Tumors
  241. Diagnosis and categorization of acral melanocytic lesions using teledermoscopy
  242. Value of the clinical history for different users of dermoscopy compared with results of digital image analysis
  243. Dermoscopy of Subcorneal Hematoma
  244. Cutaneous inflammatory pseudotumor - a spectrum of various diseases?
  245. Which is the most reliable method for teaching dermoscopy for melanoma diagnosis to residents in dermatology?
  246. Dermoscopic features of melanoma on the scalp
  247. Dermatoscopic follow-up of a changing pigmented melanocytic skin lesion during pregnancy: from nevus to melanoma?
  248. Dermoscopy of Bowen's disease
  249. Amelanotic/hypomelanotic melanoma: clinical and dermoscopic features
  250. Internet-based program for automatic discrimination of dermoscopic images between melanomas and Clark naevi
  251. Genital lentigines and melanocytic nevi with superimposed lichen sclerosus: a diagnostic challenge
  252. CDKN2A and MC1R Mutations in Patients with Sporadic Multiple Primary Melanoma
  253. Linear discriminant analysis of dermoscopic parameters for the differentiation of early melanomas from Clark naevi
  254. Dermoscopy Features of Pigmented Squamous Cell Carcinoma: A Case Report
  255. A pilot study of a combined dermoscopic–pathological approach to the telediagnosis of melanocytic skin neoplasms
  256. UV light–induced linear IgA dermatosis
  257. Three-Point Checklist of Dermoscopy
  258. The Ultraviolet Fingerprint Dominates the Mutational Spectrum of the p53 and Ha-ras Genes in Psoralen + Ultraviolet A Keratoses from Psoriasis Patients
  259. Some Thoughts on the ‘Three-Point Checklist of Dermoscopy’ by Soyer et al.
  260. Clinically equivocal melanocytic skin lesions with features of regression: a dermoscopic-pathological study
  261. The dermoscopic classification of atypical melanocytic naevi (Clark naevi) is useful to discriminate benign from malignant melanocytic lesions
  262. Dermoscopy of pigmented skin lesions: Results of a consensus meeting via the Internet
  263. Amelanotic/Hypomelanotic Melanoma - Is Dermatoscopy Useful For Diagnosis?
  264. Diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions by dermoscopy: web-based training improves diagnostic performance of non-experts
  265. Melanocytic Nevi of Palms and Soles
  266. Melanoma Simulating Seborrheic Keratosis: A Major Dermoscopy Pitfall
  267. Unusual Herpes Simplex Virus Infection Mimicking Foreign Body Reaction After Cosmetic Lip Augmentation With Expanded Polytetrafluoroethylene Threads
  268. A Basaloid Neoplasm With Ductal Differentiation
  269. Sebaceous Carcinoma Arising from Nevus Sebaceus: A Case Report
  270. Dermoscopic and histopathologic diagnosis of equivocal melanocytic skin lesions
  271. Morphologic changes of a pigmented Spitz nevus assessed by dermoscopy
  272. Dermoscopic-pathologic correlation: an atlas of 15 cases
  273. Impact of dermoscopy on the clinical management of pigmented skin lesions
  274. Dermoscopic classification of Spitz/Reed nevi
  275. Dermoscopic classification of Clark’s nevi (atypical melanocytic nevi)
  276. Commentary: dermoscopy
  277. A novel missense mutation of NSDHL in an unusual case of CHILD syndrome showing bilateral, almost symmetric involvement
  278. “Compound blue nevus”: A reappraisal of “superficial blue nevus with prominent intraepidermal dendritic melanocytes” with emphasis on dermoscopic and histopathologic features
  279. Blueberry-Muffin-Baby
  280. Ultraviolet Exposure as the Main Initiator of p53 Mutations in Basal Cell Carcinomas from Psoralen and Ultraviolet A-Treated Patients with Psoriasis
  281. Dermoscopy of pigmented skin lesions – a valuable tool for early
  283. Superficial Black Network: An Additional Dermoscopic Clue for the Diagnosis of Pigmented Spindle and/or Epithelioid Cell Nevus
  284. Dermoscopic criteria for melanoma in situ are similar to those for early invasive melanoma
  285. Central white scarlike patch: A dermatoscopic clue for the diagnosis of dermatofibroma
  286. Extended extracorporeal photochemotherapy with extracorporeal administration of 8-methoxypsoralen in systemic sclerosis. An Austrian single-center study
  287. Dermatoscopy in the diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions: a new semiology for the dermatologist
  288. Basaloid neoplasms in nevus sebaceus
  289. Kutane Angiosarkome
  290. Topical Treatment with Liposomes Containing T4 Endonuclease V Protects Human Skin In Vivo from Ultraviolet-Induced Upregulation of Interleukin-10 and Tumor Necrosis Factor-α
  291. Trichoblastoma and Sebaceoma in Nevus Sebaceus
  292. Solitary Skin Lesions With Histopathologic Features of Early Mycosis Fungoides
  293. Dermatoscopic pitfalls in differentiating pigmented Spitz naevi from cutaneous melanomas
  294. TME15/458: Next Generation Telemedicine Network Service for Counselling on Diagnosis of Pigmented Skin Tumours at the Point of Care
  295. Case Report. Atypical cutaneous pseudallescheriosis refractory to antifungal agents
  296. 'Tubular'structures within melanocytic proliferations: a distinctive morphologic findig not restricted to Spitz nevi
  297. Kommission Klinische Studien der ADO¶Aktuelle Stellungnahme der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Dermatologische Onkologie zur Hochdosistherapie mit Interferon α2b
  298. Oral Psoralen-UV-A for Systemic Scleroderma
  299. Reactive angioendotheliomatosis or intravascular histiocytosis? An immunohistochemical and ultrastructural study in two cases of intravascular histiocytic cell proliferation
  300. Annular elastolytic giant cell granuloma: sparing of a burn scar and successful treatment with chloroquine
  301. Giant Cell Atypical Fibroxanthoma: Does it Really Exist?
  302. Vulvar syringoma causing pruritus and carcinophobia: treatment by argon laser
  303. Hochdosistherapie mit Interferon-α2b beim malignen Melanom. Stellungnahme der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Dermatologische Onkologie der Kommission Klinische Studien der ADO
  304. Foreign Body Granulomas Due to Injectable Aesthetic Microimplants
  305. Adverse reactions after cosmetic lip augmentation with permanent biologically inert implant materials
  306. CDKN2a/p16INK4a Mutations and Lack of p19ARF Involvement in Familial Melanoma Kindreds
  307. Ultraviolet Radiation of Melanocytic Nevi
  308. Long-term Follow-up and Histological Changes of Superficial Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers Treated With Topical δ-Aminolevulinic Acid Photodynamic Therapy
  309. Spiradenocylindroma-More Than a Coincidence?
  310. Großflächige kutan-subkutane Infiltrate als Nebenwirkung von Interferon-beta-Injektion
  311. CD44 and variants in melanocytic skin neoplasms
  312. Adjuvante Interferon α− Therapie beim Melanom
  313. Adjuvante Interferon-α-Therapie beim Melanom
  314. Cutaneous infiltrates of myelogenous leukemia in association with pre-existing skin diseases
  315. Standards der histo- pathologischen Diagnose maligner Melanome
  316. Ekkrine Hidradenitis
  317. Bioplastiquegranulom
  318. Influence of UVB therapy on dermoscopic features of acquired melanocytic nevi
  319. A subepidermal blistering disease with histopathological features of dermatitis herpetiformis and immunofluorescence characteristcs of bullous pemphigoid: a novel subepidermal blistering disease or a variant of bullous pemphigoid?
  320. Cutaneous Leiomyosarcoma
  321. Leukemic cells within skin lesions of psoriasis in a patient with acute myelogenous leukemia
  322. Granular Cell Dermatofibroma
  323. Retikuläre Lentigo
  324. Circulating adhesion molecules as prognostic factors for cutaneous melanoma
  325. Morphological Stages of Pilomatricoma
  326. Expression of a glycoprotein of the carcinoembryonic antigen family in normal and neoplastic sebaceous glands
  327. Giving Credit Where It Is Due
  328. Kutanes großzelliganaplastisches Ki-1 (CD 30) positives T-Zell-Lymphom
  329. Polymerase chain reaction control of antibiotic treatment in dermatoborreliosis
  330. Influence of skin tension and formalin fixation on sonographic measurement of tumor thickness
  331. Kutane Calciphylaxie bei chronischer Niereninsuffizienz
  332. An update on pachydermodactyly and a report of three additional cases
  333. Overall and site-specific risk of malignant melanoma associated with nevus counts at different body sites: A multicenter case-control study of the german central malignant-melanoma registry
  334. Palmar filiform hyperkeratosis: A new paraneoplastic syndrome?
  335. Of APACHEs and PALEFACEs
  336. Sp�tmetastasierung kutaner maligner Melanome
  337. Melanotic macules following Blaschko's lines in McCune-Albright syndrome
  338. Analysis of the 14;18 translocation in cutaneous lymphomas using the polymerase chain reaction
  339. Proto-oncogene expression in dermal naevi and melanomas
  340. Widespread cutaneous necrosis in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis associated with anticardiolipin antibodies
  341. Immunohistochemical classification of cutaneous pseudolymphomas: delineation of distinct patterns
  343. NK cell density in malignant skin tumours—a stereological study
  344. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Key differences identified between actinic keratosis and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma by transcriptome profiling.
  345. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Ingenol mebutate gel for actinic keratosis.
  346. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Reflectance confocal microscopy criteria for squamous cell carcinomas and actinic keratoses.
  347. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Current issues in the management of actinic keratosis.
  348. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Skin cancer and other cutaneous disorders in liver transplant recipients.
  349. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Dynamic Changes in Nevi of a Patient With Melanoma Treated With Vemurafenib: Importance of Sequential Dermoscopy.
  350. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for The importance of early diagnosis and treatment of actinic keratosis.
  351. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Spreading pigmented actinic keratosis: a review.
  352. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Sirolimus and secondary skin-cancer prevention in kidney transplantation.
  353. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Survival is not the only valuable end point in melanoma screening.
  354. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Clinical and dermoscopic stability and volatility of melanocytic nevi in a population-based cohort of children in Framingham school system.
  355. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Dermoscopy in skin self-examination: A useful tool for select patients.
  356. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Human tissue biobanks as instruments for drug discovery and development: impact on personalized medicine.
  357. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Development of a two-step method for the diagnosis of melanoma by reflectance confocal microscopy.
  358. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for Dermoscopic patterns and subclinical melanocytic nests in normal-appearing skin.
  359. Faculty of 1000 evaluation for The significance of reflectance confocal microscopy in the assessment of solitary pink skin lesions.
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