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Recurrent and resection margins for stage i primary cutaneous malignant melanomas



Recurrent and resection margins for stage i primary cutaneous malignant melanomas



Hinderer, U T (Ed ) International Congress Series, No 935 Plastic Surgery , Vol 1 Lectures And Panels; X Congress Of The International Confederation For Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery, Madrid, Spain, June 28-July 3, Xxv+600p Elsevier Science Publishers B V : Amsterdam, Netherlands; New York, New York, Usa Illus 97-99




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