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Clark's levels


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The five vertical levels of skin that are successively penetrated by an invading melanoma. They are: epidermis, papillary dermis, intervening zone, reticular dermis, and subcutaneous tissue. They usually correlate with the Breslow thickness. W. H. Clark (1924–97), US dermatologist

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