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Other Neoplasms

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Abstract

This chapter focuses on pathological changes of adnexal neoplasms and other skin tumors that are not discussed in the preceding chapters. These neoplastic diseases can be a major diagnostic challenge due to their rarity and nonspecific clinical manifestations. However, as a noninvasive supplementary tool, dermoscopy can lead to improved description and identification of these diseases, as well as improved differentiation of these diseases from other diseases.

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Liu, J., Zou, Xb. (2022). Other Neoplasms. In: Practical Dermoscopy. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-1460-7_11

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