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Figure 144.1
Dermoscopic naevi patterns.
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Figure 144.5
(a) Dermoscopic image of a melanoma on the lower back revealing an atypical network (solid box), regression structures including granularity and scar‐...
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Figure 144.2
(a) Reticular diffuse naevus. (b) Reticular patchy naevus. (c) Peripheral reticular with central hypopigmentation naevus. (d) Peripheral reticular wit...
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Figure 144.6
(a) Dermoscopic image of a lentigo maligna located on the nose with perifollciular granularity and asymmetrical grey perifollicular openings (solid bo...
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Figure 144.3
Homogeneous pattern naevi: (a) homogeneous brown; (b) homogeneous pink; and (c) homogeneous grey‐blue.
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Figure 144.7
(a, b) Dermoscpic images of melanomas located on the soles with a parallel ridge pattern. (c) Dermoscopic image (c1) of a melanoma, 0.6 mm in thicknes...
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Figure 144.4
Naevi with peripheral globules: (a) growing naevus with a single row of globules; (b) Spitz naevus with multiple rows of globules; and (c) Spitz naevu...
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Figure 144.8
(a) Dermoscopic image of an amelanotic melanoma that is not of the nodular subtype, showing serpentine vessels, dotted vessels and vascular blush thro...