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Published in Dermatology

Expert Opinion / Interview · August 13, 2014

Monitoring Patients at High Risk for Developing Cutaneous Melanoma—Part 2: Photographic Surveillance

Interview by
Tony Nimeh MD
Interview with
Arthur R. Rhodes MD, MPH

 

Additional Info

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  2. Cohen MH, Cohen BJ, Shotkin JD, Morrison PT. Surgical prophyslaxis of malignant melanoma. Ann Surg 1991;213:308-314.

  3. Kittler H, Pehamberger H, Wolff K, Binder M. Follow-up of melanocytic skin lesions with digital epiluminescence microscopy: patterns of modifications observed in early melanoma, atypical nevi, and common nevi. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2000;43(3):467–476.

  4. Rhodes AR, Albert LS, Weinstock MA. Congenital nevomelanocytic nevi: proportionate area expansion during infancy and early childhood. J Am Acad Dermatol 1996;34:51-62.

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