[Online lecture] Collision lesions and tumours of the skin

In this online lecture, Associate Professor Andreas Blum explores the fascinating findings of his recent research into collision lesions and tumours of the skin.

A/Prof Blum first discusses the different types of benign and malignant lesions occurring in the epidermis and dermis.

In his study, A/Prof Blum found that the majority (48.2%) of collision lesions occur on the trunk, and 22.9% on the head and neck. These areas are the focus of the research he presents in this online lecture.

A/Prof goes on to explain the age groups in which various collision lesions are most common, with direct relevance for primary care physicians and diagnosticians.

See all this and so much more in the video below!

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