Getting the most out of pathology to help manage pigmented lesions | 62 min 1
Differentiating melanoma from benign nevi can be a challenge for both GPs and pathologists, but an accurate diagnosis — particularly if it is melanoma — is essential.SPEAKER
In this presentation, Pathologist Prof Richard Scolyer AO discusses what pathologists need from clinicians to accurately diagnose pigmented lesions and what to expect from your pathologist with the report. He also discusses grey areas, borderline lesions and red flags to be aware of, and future directions that are likely to impact general practice and patients.
This virtual presentation was recorded for the Skin Cancer Institute’s Education Series in November 2022 and is suitable for GPs, Skin Cancer GPs, Nurses and other healthcare professionals.
Prof Richard Scolyer AO
Co-Medical Director, Melanoma Institute Australia | Pathologist, Melanoma Institute Australia, Senior Staff Specialist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital | Clinical Professor, The University of Sydney
Declaration of Interest
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