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[Podcast] 30 years of Dermoscopy with world leading experts – Episode 2
In this week’s episode, we continue our series celebrating the 30-year history of dermoscopy. Each episode features global leaders in the field of dermoscopy speaking about this vital piece of equipment that has forever changed the landscape of skin cancer diagnosis. We are excited to share with you the experiences of two renowned dermatologists and academics in this episode: Professors Luc Thomas and Cliff Rosendahl.
Professor Luc Thomas is the Chairman of the Department of Dermatology at the Medical University of Lyon in France, and is well regarded for his specific and deep experience in pigmented lesions of the nail, which he discusses in this podcast. He is a strong advocate for the use of dermoscopy, which has revolutionised both his practice and his research. In this podcast, he summarises his experiences, offers advice for other clinicians and speculates about the future of dermoscopy.
Australian-based Professor Cliff Rosendahl has had a massive impact on dermatology and is the Course Coordinator of the Masters of Medicine (Skin Cancer) at The University of Queensland. In this podcast, he speaks about his personal experience with dermatoscopy equipment and provides an interesting story about his first dermatoscope, proving that more expensive equipment is not always better! He posits a well-informed hypothesis for the future of Artificial Intelligence and dermatoscopy.
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One comment on “[Podcast] 30 years of Dermoscopy with world leading experts – Episode 2”
The following web link to Heine has a good page on the first dermatoscope and what came afterwards.