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(Atypical nevi)
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  • Dermoscopy of a Spark's nevus. [Journal Article]
  • DPDermatol Pract Concept 2018; 8(2):126-128
  • Biondo G, Gnone M, … Massone C
  • Spark's nevus is a particular type of melanocytic nevus that on histology shows features of both Spitz's and Clark's nevus. Clinically, it is an asymmetric, irregular, multicolored, pigmented lesion ...
  • Gene Expression Analysis Differentiates Melanomas from Spitz Nevi. [Journal Article]
  • JDJ Drugs Dermatol 2018 May 01; 17(5):574-576
  • Jansen B, Hansen D, … Yao Z
  • CONCLUSIONS: PRAME but not LINC gene expression can be a valuable molecular aid to differentiate melanomas from Spitz nevi, groups of pigmented lesions that can be particularly difficult to assess in children and young adults. J Drugs Dermatol. 2018;17(5):574-576.
  • Behavioral Counseling for Skin Cancer Prevention: A Systematic Evidence Review for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force [BOOK]
  • BOOKAgency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US): Rockville (MD)
  • Henrikson NB, Morrison CC, … Patnode CD
  • CONCLUSIONS: The body of evidence on the impact of behavioral interventions has increased substantially since the previous review, and generally reaffirms its findings, adding new but limited evidence on intermediate and health outcomes and for behavioral outcomes in children aged 3–10. The current fair-to-good evidence base suggests that behavioral interventions can increase sun protection behavior with few harms in both pediatric and, less consistently, in adult populations; but there is no consistent evidence that interventions are associated with improved sunburn frequency in children or adults. Interventions can increase skin self-exam in adults relative to control conditions, but may also lead to increased skin procedures without detecting additional atypical nevi or skin cancers.
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