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In the blog category “Case Studies” Professor David Wilkinson offers an excellent platform to discuss clinical problems and cases within a closed alumni community. This area is password-protected and only accessible to past HealthCert Skin Cancer Certificate course participants.
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In this week’s case discussion, submitted by Dr Robert Teunisse, we look at an 80-year-old male patient with an unusual nodular lesion on his right shoulder.
In this week’s case discussion, submitted by Dr Terry Harvey, we look at a 60-year-old male patient who presented for a routine skin check with no specific concerns. He has a history of multiple keratinocyte skin cancers and one previous melanoma in situ on his shoulder.
In this week’s case discussion, submitted by Dr Magdy Malek, we look at a 73-year-old male patient who presented for a full-body skin cancer check and this pigmented lesion was found on his lower back. The patient has a history of multiple melanomas in the past.
In this week’s case discussion, we are asking about treatment options rather than diagnosis. This man presented to Dr Terry Harvey following a biopsy elsewhere. This lesion on the helical rim of the left ear was confirmed by a biopsy to be an infiltrative subtype basal cell carcinoma that measured 8x8mm. How would you treat this skin cancer?
This week’s case discussion from Dr Céline Bordeleau features a 59-year-old female patient with no previous skin cancers, who presented with a lesion on her right arm that had been present for two years and slowly growing.
In this week’s case discussion, we look at a pigmented lesion that Dr Ovida Vipulaguna found on his hand, and he is concerned it may be suspicious.
In this week’s case discussion from Dr Terry Harvey, we look at a 75-year-old man who has a previous history of one melanoma and 10+ non-melanoma skin cancers, presenting for a routine skin check.
In this week’s case discussion, submitted by Dr Terry Harvey, a 76-year-old man presented for his first ever skin check as his wife was concerned about a lesion on his left posterior flank.
In this week’s case discussion from Dr Terry Harvey, we look at a 70-year-old patient who recently had a halo split thickness skin graft on the left anterior leg to remove an infiltrative BCC. Histology margins were clear on that excision. He presented 8 weeks later as a new nodule had started growing out of the site of the skin cancer removal.
In this week’s case discussion from Dr David Stewart, a 72-year-old male came in with a lesion on his foot which had been present for one month. Continue reading “Case discussion: How would you treat this patient? [29 August]”