Posts Tagged ‘dermatoscopie’

Dermoscopical Features (dermatoscopy) (For Professionals)

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

Seborrheic Keratosis = SK Cerebriform like appearance and milia-like cysts Dermoscopical Features (dermatoscopy) (For Professionals) – Hairpin vessels are long capillary rings which develop at the periphery of keratinising tumours {Kreusch, 1996}. Typically, many vessels bunch together and are surrounded with a white halo, thus giving a grape-like appearance {Braun, 2002}. This characteristic is more […]

Common moles present at birth…and acquired (melanocytic naevus) and prevention of melanoma

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Congenital Melanocytic Nevus (Naevus)(CMN) These are melanocytic naevi (nevi) (“moles”) which are present at birth. The melanocytic naevi vary greatly in size but can exceed 20cm of diameter. They are generally located on the trunk. They can develop into cancers (melanoma). Therefore, they should be excised if it is possible, although for esthetic reasons, it […]

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