2012
DOI: 10.1016/j.jaad.2011.05.051
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Integrating clinical/dermatoscopic findings and fluorescence in situ hybridization in diagnosing melanocytic neoplasms with less than definitive histopathologic features

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“…A single diagnostic technique cannot be relied upon to provide proper diagnosis but could potentially be helpful when combined with other modalities. To support this perspective, Nardone and colleagues found a combination of clinical/dermatoscopic findings and FISH enhanced detection in a subset of patients with early melanoma, including cases where Spitz nevus was on the differential [54].…”
Section: Spitz Nevimentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A single diagnostic technique cannot be relied upon to provide proper diagnosis but could potentially be helpful when combined with other modalities. To support this perspective, Nardone and colleagues found a combination of clinical/dermatoscopic findings and FISH enhanced detection in a subset of patients with early melanoma, including cases where Spitz nevus was on the differential [54].…”
Section: Spitz Nevimentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Combining multiple diagnostic modalities, such as dermatoscopy, histology, and molecular tools, has shown promise in enhancing early detection of melanomas. 107,108 However, all of these applications require further validation studies, with long-term follow-up. A comparison of the molecular approaches is presented in Table 2.…”
Section: Diagnosismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There is also the possibility of combining molecular and imaging technologies. For example, Nardone et al 79 reported that in a subset of early melanoma cases, combining dermoscopy and FISH may enhance the detection of early melanoma. Like all diagnostic tests, those reviewed here should be considered as adjunctive tools in reaching a diagnosis and management plan once all variables are considered-including clinical examination and additional information gleaned from other diagnostic modalities.…”
Section: Recommendationsmentioning
confidence: 99%