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    1. Muller, MGS; van Leeuwen, PAM; van Diest, PJ; Vuylsteke, RJCLM; Pijpers, R; Meijer, S
      No indication for performing sentinel node biopsy in melanoma patients with a Breslow thickness of less than 0.9 mm

      MELANOMA RESEARCH
    2. Nagore, E; Oliver, V; Moreno-Picot, S; Fortea, JM
      Primary cutaneous melanoma in hidden sites is associated with thicker tumours - a study of 829 patients

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER
    3. Balch, CM; Soong, SJ; Gershenwald, JE; Thompson, JF; Reintgen, DS; Cascinelli, N; Urist, M; McMasters, KM; Ross, MI; Kirkwood, JM; Atkins, MB; Thompson, JA; Coit, DG; Byrd, D; Desmond, R; Zhang, YT; Liu, PY; Lyman, GH; Morabito, A
      Prognostic factors analysis of 17,600 melanoma patients: Validation of theAmerican Joint Committee on Cancer melanoma staging system

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY
    4. Ocana-Riola, R; Martinez-Garcia, C; Serrano, S; Buendia-Eisman, A; Ruiz-Baena, C; Canela-Soler, J
      Population-based study of cutaneous malignant melanoma in the Granada province (Spain), 1985-1992

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    5. Owen, SA; Sanders, LL; Edwards, LJ; Seigler, HF; Tyler, DS; Grichnik, JM
      Identification of higher risk thin melanomas should be based on Breslow depth not Clark level IV

      CANCER
    6. Muller, MGS; van Leeuwen, PAM; de Lange-de Klerk, ESM; van Diest, PJ; Pijpers, R; Ferwerda, CC; Vuylsteke, RJCLM; Meijer, S
      The sentinel lymph node status is an important factor for predicting clinical outcome in patients with stage I or II cutaneous melanoma

      CANCER
    7. Duff, CG; Melsom, D; Rigby, HS; Kenealy, JM; Townsend, PL
      A 6 year prospective analysis of the diagnosis of malignant melanoma in a pigmented-lesion clinic: even the experts miss malignant melanomas, but notoften

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY
    8. Marghoob, AA; Koenig, K; Bittencourt, FV; Kopf, AW; Bart, RS
      Breslow thickness and Clark level in melanoma - Support for including level in pathology reports and in American Joint Committee on Cancer staging

      CANCER
    9. Vinceti, M; Bergomi, M; Borciani, N; Serra, L; Vivoli, G
      Rising melanoma incidence in an Italian community from 1986 to 1997

      MELANOMA RESEARCH
    10. Ostmeier, H; Fuchs, B; Otto, F; Mawick, R; Lippold, A; Krieg, V; Suter, L
      Can immunohistochemical markers and mitotic rate improve prognostic precision in patients with primary melanoma?

      CANCER
    11. Van der Rhee, HJ; Van der Spek-Keijser, LMT; Van Westering, R; Coebergh, JWW
      Increase in and stabilization of incidence and mortality of primary cutaneous malignant melanoma in western Netherlands, 1980-95

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY
    12. Bataille, V; Sasieni, P; Curley, RK; Cook, MG; Marsden, RA
      Melanoma yield, number of biopsies and missed melanomas in a British teaching hospital pigmented lesion clinic: a 9-year retrospective study

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY
    13. Dorizzi, RM; Bortolani, A; Caputo, M
      Measurement of S-100 protein using the automated chemiluminescence system Lia-mat 300

      ANNALS OF CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. MCDERMOTT NC; HAYES DP; ALSADER MH; HOGAN JM; WALSH CB; KAY EW; LEADER MB
      IDENTIFICATION OF VERTICAL GROWTH-PHASE IN MALIGNANT-MELANOMA - A STUDY OF INTEROBSERVER AGREEMENT

      AJCP. American journal of clinical pathology
    15. KANE WJ; YUGUEROS P; CLAY RP; WOODS JE
      TREATMENT OUTCOME FOR 424 PRIMARY CASES OF CLINICAL STAGE-I CUTANEOUSMALIGNANT-MELANOMA OF THE HEAD AND NECK

      Head & neck
    16. VILMER C; BAILLY C; LEDOUSSAL V; LASRY S; GUERIN P; DELAUNAY MM; MANDARD AM
      THIN MELANOMAS WITH UNUSUAL AGGRESSIVE-BEHAVIOR - A REPORT OF 9 CASES

      Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
    17. MILLER JM; SLATER DN
      DO HISTOPATHOLOGY REPORTS OF PRIMARY CUTANEOUS MELANOMA CONTAIN ENOUGH ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

      Journal of Clinical Pathology
    18. GLASS LF; GUFFEY JM; SCHROER KR; REINTGEN D
      HISTOPATHOLOGIC STUDY OF RECURRENT CLARK LEVEL-II MELANOMAS

      Seminars in surgical oncology
    19. RAMPEN FHJ
      INCISIONAL OR EXCISIONAL BIOPSY

      Diagnostic oncology
    20. BALM AJM; KROON BBR; GREGOR RT; HILGERS FJM
      VALUE OF ELECTIVE LYMPH MODE DISSECTION IN HEAD AND NECK MELANOMA

      Diagnostic oncology
    21. MORTON DL; DAVTYAN DG; WANEK LA; FOSHAG LJ; COCHRAN AJ
      MULTIVARIATE-ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SURVIVAL AND THE MICROSTAGE OF PRIMARY MELANOMA BY CLARK LEVEL AND BRESLOW THICKNESS

      Cancer


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