Reflectance confocal microscopy in the diagnosis of partially and completely amelanotic melanoma: Report on seven cases

  • Maier T
  • Sattler E
  • Braun-Falco M
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Abstract

The clinical diagnosis of amelanotic melanoma is often challenging, because the classical clinical and dermoscopic features of pigmented melanoma are usually missing. The reflectance confocal microscopy (RCM) offers an additional possibility of an in vivo diagnosis of both pigmented and amelanotic melanoma lesions.

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Authors

  • T. Maier

  • E. C. Sattler

  • M. Braun-Falco

  • H. C. Korting

  • T. Ruzicka

  • C. Berking

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