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Moscarella, E; Piccolo, V; Argenziano, G; Lallas, A; Longo, C; Castagnetti, F; Pizzigoni, S; Zalaudek, I.
Problematic lesions in children.
Dermatol Clin. 2013; 31(4):535-547 (- Case Report)
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Zalaudek Iris
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Abstract:
Melanoma in childhood is rare, and appears more commonly either in association with a preexisting (congenital) nevus, or with spitzoid features than de novo. Thus, problematic melanocytic lesions in children are essentially represented by congenital nevi and Spitz nevi that can be regarded as melanoma precursors and melanoma simulators, respectively. As a consequence, clinical and dermoscopic features of melanoma in children differ from those in an adult population. Herein we describe common clinical and dermoscopic features of problematic lesions in children, focusing on congenital and Spitz/Reed nevi, and including other problematic lesions, such as atypical, blue, acral, and scalp nevi. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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Adolescent -
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Dermoscopy -
Diagnosis, Differential -
Female -
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Melanoma - diagnosis
Nevus, Epithelioid and Spindle Cell - diagnosis
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