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Dermatoscopy

An algorithmic method based on pattern analysis

Harald Kittler, Cliff Rosendahl, Alan Cameron und Philipp Tschandl

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Harald Kittler, Cliff Rosendahl, Alan Cameron, Philipp Tschandl, Dermatoscopy (2016), facultas.wuv - Maudrich, 1050 Wien, ISBN: 9783990305751

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • BEGINN
  • Harald Kittler, Cliff Rosendahl, Alan Cameron, Philipp Tschandl Dermatoscopy
  • Impressum
  • Preface
  • Contents
  • 1 General Principles
  • 1.1 The Investigation Technique
  • 1.2 Indication and Benefits of Dermatoscop
  • 1.3 Diagnostic Accuracy
  • 1.4 Training
  • 1.5 Development of the Method
  • 2 Principalpigmented skin lesions relevant to dermatoscopy
  • 2.1 Melanocytic lesions
  • 2.2 Non-melanocytic pigmented lesions
  • 3 Pattern Analysis – Basic Principles
  • 3.1 Basic elements
  • 3.2 Basic patterns
  • 3.3 Colors
  • 3.4 Descriptions of pigmented lesions on the basis of patterns and colors
  • 3.5 Clues
  • 3.6 Characteristic features of pigmented non‑melanocytic lesions
  • 3.7 Characteristic features of melanocytic lesions
  • 4 Metaphoric dermatoscopic terms and what they mean
  • 5 An algorithmic method for the diagnosis of pigmented lesions
  • 5.1 One pattern
  • 5.2 More than one pattern
  • 5.3 Applying pattern analysis to clinical practice
  • 5.4 Chaos and Clues
  • 6 Non-pigmented (amelanotic) lesions
  • 6.1 Clues used in the diagnosis of non-pigmented (amelanotic) lesions
  • 6.2 Vascular patterns
  • 6.3 Differential diagnosis of non-pigmented lesions
  • 7 Clues and Clichés
  • 7.1 Clues
  • 7.2 Common Clichés
  • 8 Special situations
  • 8.1 Nails
  • 8.2 Acral lesions
  • 8.3 The face
  • 8.4 Mucosal lesions
  • 8.5 Recurrent melanocytic lesions
  • 8.6 Difficult lesions
  • 8.7 Inflammatory skin diseases
  • 9 Digital Dermatoscopic Monitoring
  • 9.1 Choice of lesions to monitor
  • 9.2 Interpretation of changes
  • 9.3 Growing nevus or melanoma?
  • 9.4 Benefits and Risks
  • 10 Cases
  • 11 Dermatoscopic-dermatopathologic correlation
  • Index

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