This is the page on the glossary term Dots which is relevant on dermoscopedia. See also the list of terms.
The following pages use dots as keyword:
|Analytic approach||The analytic approach refers to algorithmic method for the diagnosis of pigmented lesions using dermoscopy.
The essence of pattern analysis is a structured description formulated using a clearly defined algorithmic method. The diagnostic method is structured in such a way that one starts by describing the most general of features, then proceeds progressively to finish with the most specific features. The algorithm always takes the general form: Pattern + Color + Clues = DiagnosisUsing patterns, colors and clues, the number of potential diagnoses is progressively minimized. Pattern is a method by which algorithms are constructed.
|Dots||In this chapter we describe dots and its histopathological correlation|
|Dots||This chapter describes the correlation of dots in dermoscopy|
|Irregular dots||This chapter covers the dermoscopy term irregular dots and its histopathological correlation|
|Metaphoric term "Dots"||This chapter covers the terminology of dots|
|Regular dots||This describes the dermoscopy term of irregular dots and its histopathological correlation|
|Structures used in pattern analysis||This chapter covers the structures and patterns used in pattern analysis|
|Terminology Dots||Thus chapter covers the terminology of dots|
- Dots any color
- Dots brown central (in the center of hypopigmented spaces between reticular lines)
- Dots gray
- Dots gray and circles gray
- Dots irregular
- Dots or clods white clustered or disseminated
- Dots peripheral arranged in lines
- Dots regular
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