Dermatoscopy

Dermoscopy is an extremely valuable strategy for the examination of pigmented skin sores. It speaks to a connection amongst clinical and histological perspectives, allowing a prior conclusion of skin melanoma. It likewise helps in the conclusion of numerous other pigmented skin sores, for example, seborrhoea keratosis, pigmented basal cell carcinoma, hemangioma, blue nevus, atypical nevus, and mole, which can frequently clinically reenact melanoma. In this article, dermoscopy is assessed from its history to the essential ideas of the understanding of dermoscopic pictures. The objective is to acquaint this subject with those not yet acquainted with it, keeping in mind the end goal to prompt and support the preparation and routine of this strategy of developing significance for regular use.

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