Published in Hospital Business Week, December 21st, 2008
"However, it is worth noting that this was not the first time that these nevi had been described in the literature. If we look back in history, we can find that in 1820, Norris had already described some very similarly pigmented lesions, also in a familial context, just as Cawley subsequently did in 1952. Clark coined the term of dysplastic nevi for lesions presenting in patients with personal and family histories of malignant melanoma, having...
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