2005
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.141.11.1444
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The Role of Dermoscopy and Digital Dermoscopy Analysis in the Diagnosis of Pigmented Skin Lesions

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“…In our opinion, this can be interpreted as a positive effect of improved early diagnosis of melanoma (such as dermoscopy and digital dermoscopy analysis). 21,22 Our results linking the site of melanoma with gender confirm reports in the literature that the trunk is the most frequent site of melanoma in men and the lower limbs in women. 1,5,6,9 Incidentally, in our study we used a classification of the lesion site that distinguished anterior and posterior.…”
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confidence: 89%
“…In our opinion, this can be interpreted as a positive effect of improved early diagnosis of melanoma (such as dermoscopy and digital dermoscopy analysis). 21,22 Our results linking the site of melanoma with gender confirm reports in the literature that the trunk is the most frequent site of melanoma in men and the lower limbs in women. 1,5,6,9 Incidentally, in our study we used a classification of the lesion site that distinguished anterior and posterior.…”
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confidence: 89%
“…There are different technical instruments on the market that allow digital dermoscopy analysis. The use of various equipment may be a disadvantage when multicentre trials are performed (14, 28, 29).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The commercially available digital dermoscopy instruments that are designed to provide computer‐assisted diagnosis have been tested, and publications praising their diagnostic abilities are present in peer‐reviewed journals 1–15 . However, many of the data used in these publications originate from centres that have a vested interest in their respective instrument.…”
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