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Examples include freckles, flat moles, tattoos, and port-wine stains, and the rashes of rickettsial infections, rubella, measles (can also have papules and plaques), and some allergic drug eruptions. Papules are elevated lesions usually < 10 mm in diameter that can be felt or palpated Identifying primary skin lesions. CARTER, KIMBERLY FERREN RN, PHD; DUFOUR, LINDA TESTANI RN, CRRN, MSN; BALLARD, CAROL N. RN, CDE, FNP, MSN. Author Informatio This video is part of a comprehensive medical school microbiology, immunology & infectious diseases course. Your comments on videos will be key as we iterat..

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Secondary lesions are modifications of primary lesions that occur due to trauma to, or evolution of, the primary lesion. Excoriation: loss of epidermis associated with trauma. Lichenification: thickening of the epidermis with exaggeration of normal skin lines, typically caused by chronic rubbing or scratching of an area (e.g. chronic eczema) Understanding primary skin lesions. Most often we clinicians are not presented with a dog in the early stages of skin disease. Rather, the disease has been present for some time. Thus, the effects of self trauma, and the ongoing nature of the disease, results in secondary lesions such as crust and scale, alopecia and self trauma The proposed classification focuses on clinical signs and distinguishes between diseases with and without primary or secondary skin lesions. Three groups of conditions are proposed: pruritus on diseased (inflamed) skin (group I), pruritus on non-diseased (non-inflamed) skin (group II), and pruritus presenting with severe chronic secondary scratch lesions, such as prurigo nodularis (group III) With regard to morphology, the initial lesion that characterizes a condition is known as the primary lesion, and identification of such a lesions is the most important aspect of the cutaneous examination. Over time, these primary lesions may continue to develop or be modified by regression or trauma, producing secondary lesions Secondary skin lesions are those lesions that result from an outside force affecting the skin, such as scratching, or an evolutionary change in a primary lesion. Some of which include scale, crust.

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  1. Skin Lesions Description Learning Dermatology Please click like and subscribe for more medical videos Thank you so much :
  2. HOME > Shimizu's Textbook of Dermatology: Contents TOP > Chapter 4 Skin Lesions Buy the Textbook: Purchase order: Click here: Chapter 4: Skin Lesions A. Primary skin lesions: 1. Erythema 2. Purpura 3. Pigmented macule 4. Leukoderma 5. Papule 6. Nodule,Tumor 7. Blister 8. Pustule 9. Cyst 10. Wheal, Urticaria
  3. Primary lesions. Primary lesions are those lesions that arise de novo and are therefore the most characteristic of the desease process. Bulla: a circumscribed, elevated fluid-filled lesion greater than 1 cm in size (e.g. epidermolysis bullosa, bullous impetigo). Macule: a circumscribed, flat lesion with color change up to 1 cm in size that is.
  4. Skin lesions may be primary or secondary. Primary lesions (e.g., macules or papules ) appear as a direct result of a disease process. Secondary lesions such as scales or ulcers may develop from primary lesions or result from external trauma (e.g., infections, scratching)
  5. Lesions initially appear in white-haired, nonpigmented, or hairless areas such as the nose and udder. However, severe phylloerythrinemia and bright sunlight can induce typical skin lesions, even in black-coated animals. Erythema develops rapidly and is soon followed by edema. If exposure to light stops at this stage, the lesions soon resolve

Benign skin tumors are commonly seen by family physicians. The ability to properly diagnose and treat common benign tumors and to distinguish them from malignant lesions is a vital skill for all. Primary skin lesions are present at the onset of a disease. In contrast, secondary skin lesions result from changes over time caused by disease progression, manipulation (scratching, picking, rubbing), or treatment. These 2 types of skin lesions can be differentiated as follows Secondary skin lesions are created by scratching, scrubbing, or infection. They may also develop normally with time. For example, the primary lesion in a sunburn is a macular erythema (although it could also be a blister), but with resolution, scale and increased pigmentation become prominent. Examples of secondary lesions include Skin lesions due to C. neoformans are found in ∼5% of patients with cryptococcal meningitis , and the frequency is higher in liver transplant recipients receiving tracrolimus or in patients infected with serotype D . Most often, skin lesions are attributable to hematogenous dissemination (i.e., secondary cutaneous cryptococcosis)

The skin lesion can then be classified as primary or secondary. The primary lesions are the first to appear. The secondary lesions result from the natural evolution of the primary lesions (eg., vesicles bursts leaving an eroded area) or from the patient's manipulation of the primary lesion (eg., scratching a vesicle leaves an eroded or. The skin lesions are usually solitary and manifest as painless, violaceous or brown-red, indurated warty plaques that range from 1 to 5 cm in diameter. Although ulceration is uncommon, fissures that exude purulent drainage or keratinous material may occur. 8 Skin lesions may persist for years if left untreated, although spontaneous resolution. A skin lesion is generally called an eruption. Eruptions are divided into primary lesions, which occur in normal skin, and secondary lesions, which are caused secondarily by other eruptions. This chapter briefly discusses the terminology for describing the characteristics of various types of eruptions. A. Primary skin lesions Chapter erythem Skin Care For skin cancers, most of the radiation is targeted at the skin surface. This will cause a skin reaction in the treated area. The reaction will get worse through treatment and can continue for several weeks after treatment is complete. Your skin will react in different ways: • Skin may become warm, dry or itchy

A man with skin lesions. Macules are small areas of skin that have changed color. They cannot be felt, only seen. A patch is a primary lesion that is similar to the macule, but takes up a bigger area of the skin. Patches are generally larger than one cm, while a macule is typically smaller than one cm A skin lesion is a part of the skin that has an abnormal growth or appearance compared to the skin around it. Two categories of skin lesions exist: primary and secondary

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This collection features AFP content on common skin conditions and related issues, including acne, dermatitis, dermatologic emergencies, generalized rash, lichen planus, nail disorders, newborn. Primary systemic amyloidosis affects the heart, kidneys, liver, gastrointestinal tract and central nervous system. Skin involvement occurs in about 30-40% of patients. Localised primary amyloidosis affects specific organs such as the skin (primary cutaneous amyloidosis), heart, eye, airway and bladder Secondary skin lesions: Changes which occur as a result of the natural development of, or due to external manipulation of the primary lesion. (sometimes the secondary changes make it impossible to see and describe the primary lesion) (scale, lichenification, keloid, excoriation, fissure, erosion, ulcer, atrophy, crust, hyperkeratosis For more information on this subject, students should take a look at the related lesson plan, Nomenclature of Skin Lesions: Primary Lesions. It will meet the objectives below: Know the definition.

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The common types of primary skin lesions are: Blisters: also called vesicles; these are small lesions filled with a clear fluid. Vesicles can be the result of sunburns, steam burns, insect bites, friction from shoes or clothes and viral infections. Macule: freckles and flat moles. Macules are small spots that are typically brown, red or white General dermatology - diagnostic table for inflammatory skin conditions, other rashes, and disorders of the hair, nails, oral mucosa (mouth and lips) and genital skin . To use this table click on the following - General dermatology table; Then click on the diagnostic clue to take you to a list of possible diagnoses (conditions May be Primary or Secondary Lesions. 3 types: squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, malignant melanoma (most serious and most rapidly increasing). Risk factors are sun exposure, ultraviolent, moles, pigmentation irregularities, fair skin/freckles, age In primary localised cutaneous amyloidosis (PLCA) amyloid deposits only occur in the skin. The exception to this is a rare disease called nodular amyloid, which can be associated with amyloid deposits in other body organs and myeloma (a form of bone marrow cancer). PLCA is uncommon in Europeans and occurs more frequently in people wh

May 7, 2019 - 818 Likes, 5 Comments - Medical Case Presentation (@med.case) on Instagram: ️Different types of skin lesions . ️Types of primary skin lesions Birthmarks are primary skin Some skin lesions are markers for underlying malignancy. Response to treatment - both patient and doctor initiated. A number of treatments may have been tried prior to consultation - eg, antiseptic lotions, calamine, antihistamines, over-the-counter (OTC) steroid or antifungal creams, herbal remedies or medication prescribed for another family.

Skin Lesions: Pictures, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment & Mor

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  1. Primary & Secondary Skin Lesions. Terms in this set (20) lesions. a mark on the skin that may indicate an injury or damage that changes the structure of the tissue. primary skin lesions. lesions that are a different color than the skin or that are raised above surface of skin. bulla (1
  2. ation of the skin should include a check for sun damage and potential skin malignancy. Malignant melanoma must be distinguished from more common pigmented lesions such as: Seborrhoeic warts (common in the elderly) Sunspots (solar lentigines
  3. Background During the last decade, whole slide images (WSI) have been used in many areas of pathology such as teaching, research, digital archiving, teleconsultation and quality assurance testing. However, WSI have not regularly been used for routine diagnosis, because of the lack of validation studies. Aim To test the validity of using WSI for primary diagnosis of skin diseases
  4. Primary vs. Secondary Skin Lesions. In this lesson, we are going to discuss secondary lesions found on the skin. Obviously, before we discuss them, we need to know what a skin lesion is
  5. ation. Primary lesions should be sampled whenever possible; otherwise, the report is often not very helpful in making a diagnosis or narrowing a list of differential diagnoses. Biopsy specimens require exa
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Skin lesions can result from various issues, including eczema, infections, and allergic reactions. Some skin lesions can warn of skin cancer. Learn more here Specialised techniques used in examination of the skin include: Dermoscopy for pigmented lesions to diagnose melanoma. Skin biopsy for histology and direct immunofluorescence. Patch tests to identify type 4 contact hypersensitivity reactions. Skin scrapings or nail clippings for mycology (fungal infections) Slide show: Common skin rashes. Intertrigo (in-tur-TRY-go) is inflammation caused by skin-to-skin friction, most often in warm, moist areas of the body, such as the groin, between folds of skin on the abdomen, under the breasts, under the arms or between toes. The affected skin may be sensitive or painful, and severe cases can result in oozing. Subacute cutaneous lupus lesions are among the most common lesions. A person affected by these lesions may have a rash with red blister-like eruptions on the face, arms, and chest. As the rash continues, the skin eruptions grow in size and begin to scale. At that time, the rash most resembles psoriasis. Sunlight increases the itchiness of the.

Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis is the most common acute viral infection affecting the oral mucosa. The condition is caused by infection with HHV-1 or HHV-2, and transmission occurs through direct contact. The condition peaks between 2 and 4 years of age, and lesions are widely distributed on keratinizing and nonkeratinizing tissues This primary lesion always heals spontaneously, but 2-10 weeks later, the secondary lesions appear. These are highly variable and widespread but most commonly involve the skin where macular or pustular lesions develop, particularly on the trunk and extremities. During this phase the patient is ill and seeks medical attention

Benign skin lesions: Dermatological Techniques •Ellipse excision •Curettage & cautery •Cryotherapy •Shave excision •Snip excision . Ellipse excision Benign lesions 2mm minimum margin . Ellipse excision: dermatofibroma, melanocytic naevi . Curettage •Good for BENIGN lesions The primary and secondary lesions curriculum in school actually are an important concept for skin care professionals to understand when determining what they are looking at. Vascular alterations relate to the structure and function of the cardiovascular system, and it is important to have a general idea of the client's diagnosed health issues. A skin neoplasm is an unusual growth on your skin. They're often categorized as benign, malignant, or precancerous. You might also hear your doctor refer to uncertain behavior if they're not. This quiz will take you through most of the terminology described in Dr. MacSween's Morphologic Manifestations of Cutaneous Disease and my lecture Assessment of Patients with a Skin Disorder . You can also find descriptions and lots more pictures of all the different lesions in Chapter 1 of Clinical Dermatology by T.P.Habif WebPathology is a free educational resource with 11124 high quality pathology images of benign and malignant neoplasms and related entities

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A skin biopsy is a procedure to remove cells or skin samples from your body for laboratory examination. A doctor uses a skin biopsy to diagnose skin conditions and remove abnormal tissue. The three main types of skin biopsies are: Shave biopsy. A doctor uses a tool similar to a razor to remove a small section of the top layers of skin. PARTICIPANTS: Fifty-two primary care residents (26 in the control group and 26 in the intervention group) and 13 dermatologists completed a pretest and posttest. DESIGN: A randomized, controlled trial with pretest and posttest measurements of residents' ability to diagnose and make evaluation plans for lesions indicative of skin cancer The periodontal-endodontic lesions have received several classifications, among which is the classification of Simon et al. separating lesions involving both periodontal and pulpal tissues into the following groups: (i) primary endodontic lesions, (ii) primary endodontic lesions with secondary periodontal involvement, (iii) primary periodontal.

Endo-Perio Lesions Summary. These lesions may be restricted to the pulp, the periodontium or be combined. Development is usually due to spread of infection from one environment to another. Diagnosis can be difficult but includes looking at the tooth vitality, radiographs and studying the history of the patient Skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in the United States and worldwide. Topical products are effective for treating cancerous skin lesions when surgery is not feasible. However, current topical products induce severe irritation, light-sensitivity, burning, scaling, and inflammation. Using hyaluronic acid (HA), we engineered clinically translatable polymer-drug conjugates of. Specific features that set ACD apart from the more common macular and lichenoid variants of primary cutaneous amyloidosis include dotted, reticular, or diffuse hyperpigmentation admixed with lentil-sized hypopigmented macules; mild or no associated pruritus; and, on histologic examination of skin from both hyper- and hypopigmented lesions.

Darkfield microscopy allows visualization of live treponemes obtained from a variety of cutaneous or mucous membrane lesions, as follows. In primary syphilis, the chancre teems with treponemes that can be seen with darkfield microscopy. The sensitivity of darkfield microscopy for the diagnosis of primary syphilis is approximately 80% lesions†1 in vital primary teeth. Carious primary teeth diagnosed with a normal pulp requiring pulp therapy or with reversible 4 pulpitis should be treated with vital pulp procedures.2-6 Cur- rently, there are three vital pulp therapy (VPT) options fo From 2008-2014, the 5-year survival rate for patients with melanoma of the skin was 98.4% for localized disease, 63.6% for regional disease, and 22.5% for distant/metastatic disease; the overall 5-year survival rate was 91.8%. Of the lesions that develop in the head and neck region, most melanomas arise in the face (47%)

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  1. Configuration. Distribution. Refers to the shape or outline of lesions Annular - round or circular with central clearing Circinate - round, circular > arciform: partial circle Iris or target -also known as target lesions and are a series of concentric rings. These have a dark or blistered center
  2. The term skin lesion refers to any cutaneous surface change. The terms used to describe dermatologic lesions are unique, specific and highly important for accurate diagnosis and communication 2. Primary Lesions: Those lesions that are the direct result of a pathologic process. Macule: Small, flat, non-palpable lesion (<1 cm)
  3. Patients present to their GPs for regular, unscheduled and opportunistic skin checks, which, in the reality of primary care, may be difficult to achieve within time pressures. The ability to confidently diagnose benign and malignant skin lesions is influenced by experience and knowledge, given the spectrum of clinical presentations that both.

Dermal Lesions A dermal lesion refers to any change in the normal condition of the skin. Dermal lesions, or skin lesions, can be grouped into two categories: primary and secondary lesions.A primary dermal lesion is an abnormality that has been present from birth or acquired later in life Skin lesions are characterised by brown to black macules which usually occur on the palmar aspects of hands and occasionally the plantar and other surfaces of the skin. Lesions are non-inflammatory and non-scaling. Familial spread of infection has also been reported. Note: There is no inflammatory reaction. Laboratory Diagnosis Skin lesions are a common presentation in primary care, many of which can be diagnosed based on history and clinical examination. The challenge for GPs is in distinguishing between benign and malignant lesions, so that only those that require urgent review and treatment are referred under the 2-week wait

When skin lesions are unusual. When lesions develop while on a course of therapy. When lesions fail to respond to an apparently appropriate course of therapy. Where to take the biopsy specimens: Primary lesions of all types should be sampled first (papular, pustular, nodules, erythema) as they represent the principle pathologic process This quiz will take you through most of the terminology described in Dr. MacSween's Morphologic Manifestations of Cutaneous Disease and my lecture Assessment of Patients with a Skin Disorder . You can also find descriptions and lots more pictures of all the different lesions in Chapter 1 of Clinical Dermatology by T.P.Habif Log in to SlideShare, the world's largest community for sharing presentations

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Identifying Primary and Secondary Skin Lesions. Primary skin lesions are present at the onset of a disease. In contrast, secondary skin lesions result from changes over time caused by disease progression, manipulation (scratching, picking, rubbing), or treatment. These 2 types of skin lesions can be differentiated as follows Atrophic waxy lesions with areas of purpura inside them may sometimes be seen, and the tips of the fingers may exhibit softening and loosening of the skin. A case of advanced primary amyloidosis presenting as a non-healing leg ulcer has also been reported [ 14 ] Karolyn A. Wanat, Scott A. Norton. Skin problems are among the most frequent medical problems in returned travelers. A large case series of dermatologic problems in returned travelers showed that cutaneous larva migrans, insect bites, and bacterial infections were the most frequent skin problems in ill travelers seeking medical care, making up 30% of the 4,742 diagnoses (Table 11-07) Primary Skin Lesions: Primary Lesions - Wheal. Find this Pin and more on Skin Primary Lesions by Gladys Rodriguez. Article from dermatology.about.com

Terminology for describing skin lesions Primary lesions. Primary lesions are those present at the initial onset of the disease: Macule - a flat mark; circumscribed area of colour change: brown, red, white or tan. Example: vitiligo; Papule - elevated 'spot'; palpable, firm, circumscribed lesion generally less than 5 mm in diameter Classic skin lesions of primary, systemic amyloidosis are listed, and features suggestive of the diagnosis are discussed. Where this condition is considered in the dermatologist's differential, the investigations described may lead to an early diagnosis P = 0.47, P = 0.99, P = 0.816, respectively). However, the average age of the onset of pruritus was 12 years earlier in the women regardless of the underlying diseases (P = 0.011).Based on the findings of the study, we recommend considering endocrine disorders and malignancies as the most common underlying diseases leading to chronic pruritus without primary skin lesions Skin cancer is estimated to account for over 80% of new cancers in New Zealand each year. 1 The majority of these are non-melanoma skin cancers, i.e. basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). However, as BCC and SCC are not required to be reported to the New Zealand Cancer Registry the impact of these cancers on New Zealand communities is difficult to quantify However, the available data are scant; there is a need for high-quality data on skin conditions associated with PBC. AB - Primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) is a rare autoimmune cholestatic liver disease. It is often associated with extrahepatic autoimmune diseases. Skin disorders are sporadically reported in association with PBC

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Classic skin lesions of primary, systemic amyloidosis are listed, and features suggestive of the diagnosis are discussed. Where this condition is considered in the dermatologist's differential, the investigations described may lead to an early diagnosis. When therapy can be initiated before the onset of organ failure, survival may be prolonged Pruritus may occur with or without primary skin lesions. If present, primary skin lesions such as papules or pustules may be helpful in establishing a diagnosis. Coexistent alopecia may offer additional clues. Unfortunately, self-trauma often leads to the obliteration of initial, more diagnostic primary skin lesions substituting excoriations. Symptoms of a brain lesion vary depending on the type, location, and size of the lesion. Symptoms common to several types of brain lesions include the following: Headaches. Neck pain or stiffness. O-Z: other pigmented lesions and disorders of pigmentation - General other Spitz nevus variants (angiomatoid, desmoplastic, epithelioid, pagetoid, plexiform) pediatric melanoma (pending) pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma pigmented spindle cell nevus of Reed primary dermal melanoma proliferative nodules in a congenital nevus (pending) regressed.

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It is primarily a granulomatous disease of the peripheral nerves and mucosa of the upper respiratory tract, skin lesions are the primary external sign. If left untreated, leprosy can be progressive, causing permanent damage to the skin, nerves, limbs and eyes Small lesions which are accessible and not in cosmetically sensitive areas or near to vital structures can be removed completely (see the separate article on Minor Surgery in Primary Care). For most lesions this can be performed under local anaesthesia. The full thickness of skin should be taken to determine depth of spread The time that the lesions appeared to the time of the first doctor's visit ranged from 2 weeks to 3 years, with a median of 12 months. Most of the lesions, 23, were located on the lower extremities, 10 were on the trunk; and 7 on the head and neck. Forty-three percent or 17 of the patients had a benign clinical diagnosis In , they applied a Bag-of-features approach to malignant melanoma detection based on epiluminescence microscopy imaging (low-power microscopy (×50-100), commonly a television microscope applied to a glass slide covering mineral oil on the surface of a skin lesion, to determine malignancy in pigmented lesions). Each skin lesion is.

Dermatologic Manifestations of Staphylococcus Aureus: Staphylococcus aureus is the most common cutaneous bacterial infection in persons with HIV disease. Approximately 50% of HIV-infected persons are nasal carriers of S. aureus, explaining in part the high rate of infection.() Infection with S. aureus may occur before any other signs or symptoms of HIV infection Objective . The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence and characteristics of oral lichen planus (OLP) and oral lichenoid lesions (OLL) in Sjogren's syndrome (SS) patients. Patients and Methods . A prospective clinical study was conducted at the Department of Oral Medicine and Oral Surgery in Sahloul Hospital, Sousse, from January 2012 to June 2018

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The interrelationship between periodontal and endodontic disease has always aroused confusion, queries, and controversy. Differentiating between a periodontal and an endodontic problem can be difficult. A symptomatic tooth may have pain of periodontal and/or pulpal origin. The nature of that pain is often the first clue in determining the etiology of such a problem Importance Use of digital whole-slide imaging (WSI) for dermatopathology in general has been noted to be similar to traditional microscopy (TM); however, concern has been noted that WSI is inferior for interpretation of melanocytic lesions. Since approximately 1 of every 4 skin biopsies is of a melanocytic lesion, the use of WSI requires verification before use in clinical practice Primary lymphoid lesions of the lung arise from the BALT and are uncommon. However, they are increasingly recognized within the growing number of posttransplant patients as well as other patients who are receiving immunosuppressive therapies. Primary lymphoid lesions encompass a wide range of benign and malignant lesions Collect subjective data relating to various skin lesions, cancer, and pressure injury. Discuss strategies for collecting subjective data during an integumentary assessment, focusing on characteristics of altered skin integrity. (Refer to . PowerPoint slide. s. 14. and. 15. and. Figure 11.5. Related chapters: Skin melanocytic tumor, Skin nontumor, Soft tissue Editorial Board oversight: Hillary Rose Elwood, M.D. (last reviewed March 2019), Robert E. LeBlanc, M.D. (last reviewed December 2020

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Many dermatoses mimic each other because the skin displays only a limited number of reaction patterns. 4 As a result, there is no single dermatologic hallmark of autoimmune disease, but identifying lesions can help to narrow the differential diagnosis. For example, crusting is seen with PF, depigmentation with discoid lupus erythematosus, 2 and open fistulas with panniculitis. suspicious pigmented lesions A deep partial biopsy may be appropriate when there is a low index of suspicion for melanoma, for lesions on the face, palm, sole, digit, for large lesions, or if primary excision may cause cosmetic or functional problems. • The biopsy should include the most suspicious or thickest zones Objective Most skin lesions first present in primary care, where distinguishing rare melanomas from benign lesions can be challenging. Dermoscopy improves diagnostic accuracy among specialists and is promoted for use by primary care physicians (PCPs). However, when used by untrained clinicians, accuracy may be no better than visual inspection. This study aimed to undertake a systematic review.

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