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In this paper, discrepancies and reference inaccuracies in the paper (Grana , 2003) are pointed out. Specifically, it is demonstrated that the definitions of "lesion gradient" and "skin lesion gradient," widely used in a number of medical papers on computer analysis of pigmented skin lesions, are unambiguous, and that the "new algorithm for border description" described in the subject paper substantially relies on well-established concepts dating back over one decade ago

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Medical Imaging, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 12 )