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Dysplastische Naevi und Melanomvorläufer

  • Christian Schmoeckel
Part of the Fortschritte der praktischen Dermatologie und Venerologie book series (DERMATOLOGIE, volume 11)

Zusammenfassung

Der Begriff „dysplastischer Naevus“ hat sich in den letzten Jahren gegenüber anderen Begriffen wie z. B. „atypische Melanozytenhyperplasie“ durchgesetzt. Sozusagen entdeckt wurde der dysplastische Naevus im Rahmen des sog. „dysplastischen Naevus-Syndroms“.

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