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Health Tip: If You Have a Lot of Moles

-- Having lots of moles may mean you're worried about skin cancer. Checking your skin often for changes and certain warning signs can help alleviate those fears. The American Academy of Dermatology re...

Study Questions Link Between Multiple Moles, Risk for Melanoma

WEDNESDAY, March 2, 2016 -- It's commonly thought that people with many moles may be at heightened risk for skin cancer, including melanoma. But a new study found that patients with melanoma skin canc...

Do more moles mean more risk of skin cancer?

The number of moles is not a good indicator of skin cancer's aggressiveness. In fact, it might be the opposite.

Exclusive: Skincare expert reveals how to check your moles for signs of skin cancer – hellomagazine.com

hellomagazine.comExclusive: Skincare expert reveals how to check your moles for signs of skin cancerhellomagazine.comJuly 08, 2016 by hellomagazine.com The Cadogan Clinic's Dr Anjali Mahto reveals how...

Do more moles mean more problems? Not so, says new study

The number of moles is not a good indicator of skin cancer's aggressiveness. In fact, it might be the opposite.

Study of patients with melanoma finds most have few moles

Most patients with melanoma had few moles and no atypical moles, and in patients younger than 60, thick melanomas were more commonly found in those with fewer moles but more atypical moles, according ...

Most melanoma patients have few moles, study finds

Patients with melanoma tend to have few moles, and these are rarely atypical, research published in JAMA Dermatology has found.1However, younger patients (aged under 60) with more numerous atypical......

Health Tip: If You Have a Wart

-- Warts are skin growths that usually are harmless and can be treated without a doctor's care. But sometimes you should see a doctor about a wart. The American Academy of Dermatology explains these w...

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Dispelling myths concerning pigmented skin lesions.

The history of medicine is replete with examples of debunked myths, and in daily clinical dermatological practice, we must still counter many misconceptions regarding pigmented lesions, both with pati...

Retrospective analysis of co-occurrence of congenital aortic stenosis and pulmonary artery stenosis in dogs.

The study has focused on the retrospective analysis of cases of coexisting congenital aortic stenosis (AS) and pulmonary artery stenosis (PS) in dogs. The research included 5463 dogs which were referr...

Circadian Dysrhythmias, Physiological Aberrations, and the Link to Skin Cancer.

Circadian rhythms are core regulators of a variety of mammalian physiologic processes and oscillate in a 24-h pattern. Many peripheral organs possess endogenous rhythmicity that is then modulated by a...

Flow Cytometric DNA Analysis and Histopathologic Re-Evaluation of Paraffin Embedded Samples from Hydatidiform Moles and Hydropic Abortions.

Distinction of hydatidiform moles (HMs) from non-molar abortions and sub-classification of HMs are important for clinical practice; yet, diagnosis based solely on morphology is affected by interobserv...

Characteristics of urolithiasis in the dog population of Hungary from 2001 to 2012.

The objective of this study was to describe the epidemiology of canine urolithiasis in Hungary in order to determine the annual incidence of urolithiasis and to identify breeds at risk for different t...

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