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Noninvasive Diagnostic Techniques for the Detection of Skin Cancers

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Noninvasive Diagnostic Techniques for the Detection of Skin Cancers
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Publisher: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Number of pages: 64

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The book provides an objective description of noninvasive imaging modalities in diagnosing cancerous tumors of the skin, proffers an analytic framework for assessing the applications of the imaging modalities, summarizes the state of ongoing research, and delineates future research needs.

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