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Relevance of vertical growth pattern in thin level II cutaneous superficial spreading melanomas



Relevance of vertical growth pattern in thin level II cutaneous superficial spreading melanomas



American Journal of Surgical Pathology 27(6): 717-724



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DOI: 10.1097/00000478-200306000-00002


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