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  • StatPearls: Congenital Nevus [BOOK]
    . StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Navarro Inigo N. IN Hospital Universitario Marques de Valdecilla Mahabal Gauri G Christian Medical College BOOK
  • Congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN) are one of the most frequent skin lesions encountered at birth. They are composed of collections of melanocytes (pigment-forming cells) that show distinct clinical and histopathological features. They also present a different biological behavior to acquired melanocytic nevi.[1]  Their clinical relevance relies on their association with the development of malignan…
  • StatPearls: Epidermal Nevus Syndromes [BOOK]
    . StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Nicholson Cynthia L. CL Wayne State University Daveluy Steven S Wayne State University BOOK
  • The term epidermal nevus syndrome (ENS) was originally used as an all-encompassing term used to describe epidermal nevi in association with other syndromic features. In more recent years, this term was expanded to include several more well-defined neurocutaneous syndromes and their association with an epidermal nevus. The genetic basis of many of these syndromes has been elucidated in recent year…
  • A case of adult onset longitudinal melanonychia due to nail matrix compound nevus. [Case Reports]
    J Cutan Pathol. 2020 Jul 08 [Online ahead of print]GüneŞ P, Göktay F, Haneke E
  • A case of adult onset longitudinal melanonychia caused by a compound nevus is described. Longitudinal melanonychias are mainly caused by melanocytic activation (hypermelanosis), lentigo (benign melanocytic hyperplasia), nevus and melanoma. Nevi are more commonly seen in children than adults; however, melanocytic activation, atypical melanocytic proliferation and melanoma are more frequent in adul…
  • Gene Discovery Using Twins. [Journal Article]
    Twin Res Hum Genet. 2020 Apr; 23(2):90-93.Duffy D, Sturm R, … MacGregor S
  • One of Nick's key early achievements at QIMR was to establish a twin study on melanoma risk factors. The Brisbane Twin Nevus Study (BTNS) had an initial focus on nevus (mole) count in adolescents but, reflecting Nick's broad interests, expanded in scope enormously over the decades. In the skin cancer arena, BTNS was essential to genetic discoveries in melanoma, eye color and pigmentation. Later s…
  • Classification of Skin Lesions into Seven Classes Using Transfer Learning with AlexNet. [Journal Article]
    J Digit Imaging. 2020 Jun 30 [Online ahead of print]Hosny KM, Kassem MA, Fouad MM
  • Melanoma is deadly skin cancer. There is a high similarity between different kinds of skin lesions, which lead to incorrect classification. Accurate classification of a skin lesion in its early stages saves human life. In this paper, a highly accurate method proposed for the skin lesion classification process. The proposed method utilized transfer learning with pre-trained AlexNet. The parameters…
  • [Analysis of causes of death and etiological characteristics of skin tissue donors]. [Journal Article]
    Zhonghua Shao Shang Za Zhi. 2020 Jun 20; 36(6):446-450.Ye ZQ, Xie WG, … Zhang W
  • Objective: To investigate the causes of death and etiological characteristics of skin tissue donors, and to provide reference for allogeneic skin transplantation. Methods: From October 2008 to October 2018, 49 skin tissue donors accepted by the Burn Department of Wuhan Third Hospital met the inclusion criteria of this study, and a cross-sectional study was conducted. According to the cause of d…
  • Spitz nevus with unusual dermoscopic figures in an adult female. [Case Reports]
    Clin Case Rep. 2020 Jun; 8(6):1007-1009.Kawana H, Fujita H, … Terui T
  • Spitz nevus is an important differential diagnosis of malignant melanoma, especially in young adults. This case provides a significant information about unusual dermoscopic features of adult Spitz nevus, which may reflect changes over the years.
  • Combination of Congenital and Deep Penetrating Nevus by Acquisition of β-Catenin Activation. [Journal Article]
    Am J Dermatopathol. 2020 Jun 17 [Online ahead of print]Garrido MC, Nájera L, … Requena L
  • Deep penetrating nevus (DPN) is an intradermal, sometimes compound benign melanocytic lesion, which involves the reticular dermis, occasionally reaching the subcutis, which can raise concern for melanoma both clinically and histologically. Recently, it has been genetically defined by the combination of MAPK activating and β-catenin activating mutations. We sought to investigate genetic alteration…
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