Published in Lab Law Weekly, June 10th, 2005
"Desmoplastic melanoma (DM) is an uncommonly encountered type of malignant melanoma. The clinical appearance of DM can be highly variable and thus, diagnosis of this tumor is difficult and very often may mislead the physician," researchers in England reported.
M.B. Lens and colleagues of St. James's University Hospital conducted their study "to make a critical review of the contemporary literature on DM, to pool the data from published studies, and to evaluate the clinical and morphological characteristics of this neoplasm. All studies or reports on DM including 10 or more participants with...
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