The following pages use inflammoscopy as keyword:
|Correlation of Inflammoscopy||The use of dermoscopy is not limited to the dermato-oncology field. Inflammoscopy is the dermoscopic evaluation of inflammatory dermatoses and can provide valuable information for diagnosis and follow-up (table 8) (Sgouros et al., 2018).|
|Correlation of dermatitis||This chapter covers the correlation of dermatitis|
|Correlation of granulomatous skin disease||This chapter covers the correlation of granulomatous skin disease|
|Correlation of lichen planus||This chapter covers the correlation of lichen planus|
|Correlation of psoriasis||This chapter covers the correlation of psoriasis|
|Correlation of rosacea||This chapter covers the correlation of rosacea|
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In the early days dermoscopy has only been used for the diagnosis of pigmented lesions and the differential diagnosis of melanoma.
Then it has been used for many other entities in general medicine. There are two different entities:
- Dermoscopy of inflammatory diseases (Inflammoscopy)
- Dermoscopy of parasites (enthymoscopy)
The corresponding criteria will be covered in the following subchapters