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A W Kopf, D Rigel, R S Bart, M M Mintzis, P Hennessey, M N Harris, A Ragaz, H Trau, R J Friedman, B Esrig
Computer analyses to identify correlations between thickness of primary superficial spreading malignant melanoma and eighteen variables previously reported to be related to prognosis were performed on a series of malignant melanomas. The variables that showed statistically significant (less than or equal to 0.05) direct relationships to thickness were level (Clark), elevation of lesion, age of patient, least and greatest diameters of lesion, history of bleeding, ulceration, clinical and histologic stage, anatomic location, pedunculation, and satellitosis...
August 1981: Journal of Dermatologic Surgery and Oncology
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