Neoplasms of the Skin
The integument may give rise to a wide variety of neoplasms, partly because of the plethora of specialized structures that compose the organ. A complete exposition of these is far beyond the scope of this chapter, which will be devoted to the most common tumors, or to neoplasms that serve as examples of categories of these lesions.
KeywordsLymphoma Adenoma Fractionation Sarcoma Ghost
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