Melanoma near misses: Clues to diagnosis | 51 min 0/1
Accurately determining whether a pigmented skin lesion is benign or malignant is essential for optimal patient care. The majority of lesions can be definitely diagnosed, however some lesions show ambiguous features that make a diagnosis more challenging.
In this presentation, Pathologist Prof Scolyer discusses some of the most challenging diagnoses of pigmented skin lesions and provides clues to their diagnosis to assist you in your practice, including borderline melanocytic tumours, melanocytomas, naevoid melanoma and desmoplastic melanoma.
This online lecture was part of the 10th London Dermatopathology Symposium 2020.
Prof Richard Scolyer
Pathologist, Melanoma Institute Australia | Conjoint Medical Director, Melanoma Institute Australia
Senior Staff Specialist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Clinical Professor, The University of Sydney
Declaration of Interest
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