Hosted by the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia, this 2-day course is designed to provide a current review of the pathology and clinical aspects of pigmented and other skin tumours. Traditional and more recently recognised morphological features useful for diagnosis will be presented. New modern ancillary tests will be explained and their use discussed. Emphasis will be placed on clinic-pathological correlation as well as the integration of genetic and genomic findings for diagnosis, prognosis and treatment selection.
The course will be of value to dermatopathologists, general pathologists, dermatologists, surgeons, general practitioners and health professionals with an interest in skin cancer, as well as physicians in training.
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