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S W Menzies, C Ingvar, K A Crotty, W H McCarthy
OBJECTIVES: To create a simple diagnostic method for invasive melanoma with in vivo cutaneous surface microscopy (epiluminescence microscopy, dermoscopy, dermatoscopy) and to analyze the incidence and characteristics of those invasive melanomas that had no diagnostic features by means of hand-held surface microscopes. DESIGN: Pigmented skin lesions were photographed in vivo with the use of immersion oil. All were excised and reviewed for histological diagnosis. A training set of 62 invasive melanomas and 159 atypical nonmelanomas and a test set of 45 invasive melanomas and 119 atypical non-melanomas were used...
October 1996: Archives of Dermatology
J E de Vries, J Mendelsohn, W S Bont
Lymphocytes from 12 healthy donors were depleted of monocytes by velocity sedimentation at unit gravity (average monocyte contamination 0.2%) and tested for spontaneous cytotoxicity (SC) against tumor target cells in 23 h microcytotoxicity assays. Sixty percent of all lymphocytes were recovered in this monocyte-depleted lymphocyte fraction (LF). In contrast, with the corresponding unfractionated lymphocytes (UL) the LF cells were not spontaneously cytotoxic on T24 bladder carcinoma, NKI-1, NKI-7, NKI-8, NKI-10 melanoma, and MC-1 mammary carcinoma cell line cells and target cells derived from two short-term melanona cultures (Me 215 and Me 223)...
January 15, 1980: International Journal of Cancer. Journal International du Cancer
C G Schirren, T Nasemann
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August 19, 1966: Münchener Medizinische Wochenschrift
G L Beardmore, N C Davis
Of 1,444 patients with primary cutaneous melanomas, 57 (3.9%) developed more than one. Most had two primary lesions but one had six. Every effort was made to insure that all melanomas were primary tumors. Most patients developed new primary melanonas within five years of the original operation, but an appreciable number developed them many years later. In the largest group, second and subsequent primary tumors developed in different areas of the body at later times. The subsequent tumors were not diagnosed at an earlier biological stage than the original tumors...
May 1975: Archives of Dermatology
L Illig
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November 1976: Der Hautarzt; Zeitschrift Für Dermatologie, Venerologie, und Verwandte Gebiete
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