Post-melanoma checks: Who, what and how often? | 16 min
Patients require long-term surveillance after receiving melanoma treatment. Definitive evidence-based guidelines for follow-up are lacking, but sensible guidelines based on an individual patient’s risk of recurrence and available resources can be helpful to guide clinical practice.
In this webinar from Skin Cancer College Australasia’s Virtual Skin Symposium, Surgical Oncologist A/Prof Robyn Saw discusses:
- why we do post-melanoma checks
- when and where do patients recur
- what surveillance is needed; and
- how to incorporate post-melanoma checks into your own clinical practice.
A/Prof Robyn Saw
General Surgeon, Melanoma Institute Australia | Associate Professor in Surgery, The University of Sydney | Head of Department, Melanoma and Surgical Oncology, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Declaration of Interest
ExcellentExcellent presentation and succinct