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This week we feature a case discussion from Dr Terry Harvey, whose patient came in for a skin check:
- Adult male
- No history
Please review the clinical and dermoscopic images below. What is your assessment and what would you do next?
In this week’s case discussion from Dr Pearly Cooray we present the following patient:
- 62 year-old male
- Lesion noted on forehead during skin check
Please review the clinical and dermoscopy images. What is your differential diagnosis and what would you do next?
In this week’s case discussion from Dr Richard Try we present the following patient:
- 50 year-old female
- Concern over growing lesion on shoulder
Please review the clinical and dermoscopy images. How do you interpret these? What would you do next?
Please leave your comment today and check back on Wednesday when we upload the pathology report!
This week, we are sharing an interesting case provided by Prof. John Pyne:
- 60 year-old female school teacher
- No personal history of skin cancer
- New papule on central forehead with 2-month history
- Patient decided to have confocal imaging [live pathology] in preference to an excisional biopsy
Please review the dermoscopy images. What is your evaluation, and what would you do next (if anything)? Prof. John Pyne will share further details and guidance throughout the case discussion so please join in!
This week we feature a case from Dr Alex Speight. Please read his comments on the case below:
“39 year-old man came to my practice as a new patient. He had seen a doctor elsewhere in May 2019 for a small lip lesion which was not healing. According to the patient, they biopsied it, then offered cryotherapy. The patient declined and did not see them again. The lesion has since grown. The patient said he has since reportedly seen two doctors who did not suggest doing anything.”
Below is the original biopsy result. How do you interpret this biopsy?
Please leave your comment today and check back again the next few days when we upload updates!
This week we present an interesting case from Dr Kyung Lee (Bruce) featuring a:
- 77 year-old female patient
- L lower leg lesion
Please review the clinical and dermoscopy images. What is your evaluation, and what would you do next (if anything)?
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This week, we have an interesting case discussion from Dr Emanuela Tura featuring:
- 28 year-old female patient
- Growing lesion on her back
Please review the below images. What is your evaluation, and what would you do next (if anything)?
In this week’s new case discussion from Dr Terry Harvey, we present a patient who came in for a routine skin check:
- 34 year-old male patient
- Asymptomatic lesion on left back
Please review the clinical and dermoscopy images. Any thoughts? What about the pigmented lesion noted? Specific thoughts on the dermoscopy? Continue reading “Case discussion: How would you treat this patient? [7 September]”