Iberoamerican Journal of Medicine
https://iberoamjmed.com/article/doi/10.53986/ibjm.2023.0004
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Longitudinal melanonychia in a 13-year-old Caucasian boy

Melanoniquia longitudinal en un niño caucásico de 13 años

Gonzalo Oliván-Gonzalvo, Ana Cristina Lázaro-Tremul

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Keywords

Pigmented lesions; Melanonychia; Dermoscopy; Nevus; Melanoma; Pediatric

Palabras clave

Lesiones pigmentadas; Melanoniquia; Dermoscopia; Nevus; Melanoma; Pediaátrico

References

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Submitted date:
09/28/2022

Reviewed date:
11/10/2022

Accepted date:
11/25/2022

Publication date:
12/03/2022

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