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This week we have an interesting case. What do you make of the clinical and dermoscopic images below?
Is there a differential diagnosis? If so, how would you biopsy?
This week we have an interesting case from Dr Robert Mundell. An 62-year-old man with this lesion on his shoulder, past history of BCC. This is the only image, and there is no history.
So, what is the differential diagnosis here, and what would you do? Continue reading “Case discussion: How would you treat this patient? [3 September]”
In this short video, experienced skin cancer doctor Colin Armstrong demonstrates how to use steri-strips for wound closures on thin skin, particularly on elderly patients. Continue reading “How to Close Wounds on Paper Thin Skin”
Experienced skin cancer doctor Hamilton Ayres gives a quick overview of all you need to know about local anaesthetics, possible side effects and considerations to take into account before you perform a surgical procedure. Continue reading “A Quick Guide to Local Anaesthetics for Skin Cancer Procedures”
This week we have another engaging case discussion from Dr Slavko Doslo. A 76-year-old patient presented for ROS.
What do you think of this clinical image? What is your impression? (Ignore the adjacent scar).
In the short video below, Professor Wilkinson speaks about the Skin Cancer Medicine course which has been purpose-built to help busy general practitioners acquire the fundamental skills they need to manage skin cancer with confidence and feel safe in their practice. Please take the opportunity to learn more about Australia’s leading professionally accredited skin cancer education program. Continue reading “Professional Certificate of Skin Cancer Medicine with Prof David Wilkinson”
This week we have an engaging case discussion from Dr Atmaram Rana. A 54-year-old female presented for a skin check, and this was noted.
What is your differential diagnosis and what would you do?
In this short skin cancer update video, Associate Professor Giuseppe Argenziano presents the new AJCC classification of melanoma which has just been released. There are two main changes as compared to the 2009 version which are important for your skin cancer practice.
This week we have another engaging case discussion from Dr Slavko Doslo. A 69-year-old patient presented with a cough. During chest examination, Dr Doslo noticed a mole on his back and excised the next day.
What do you think of this clinical image? What is your impression?
If you perform non-surgical and surgical skin cancer treatments in your practice, you might be interested in the video below. Experienced skin cancer doctor Tony Dicker shares his experience in dealing with insurance companies to ensure you are covered for the skin cancer services you provide to your patients. Continue reading “Skin Cancer Surgery – Medico-Legal Regulations”