Correlation of dermoscopic structures of melanocytic neoplasms in special sites

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Description The microanatomy of the rete ridge pattern of facial, volar, mucosal, and nail lesions differs from that of non-glabrous skin. The pigmented network is usually absent and diverse dermoscopic patterns are observed Herein we will review the dermoscopic structures and its correlates in these special sites.
Author(s) Ralph P. Braun · Oriol Yélamos · Daniel Morgado · Constanza Riquelme-Mc Loughlin
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The microanatomy of the rete ridge pattern of facial, volar, mucosal, and nail lesions differs from that of non-glabrous skin. The pigmented network is usually absent and diverse dermoscopic patterns are observed Herein we will review the dermoscopic structures and its correlates in these special sites.

It has the following subchapters:

Correlation of dermoscopic structures on facial skin Ralph P. Braun, Oriol Yélamos
Correlation of dermoscopic structures on volar skin (palms and soles) Ralph P. Braun, Oriol Yélamos
Correlation of dermoscopic structures on mucosal sites Ralph P. Braun, Oriol Yélamos
Correlation of dermoscopic structures on nails Ralph P. Braun, Oriol Yélamos, Luc Thomas


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