Dr Aksana Marozava

Dr Aksana Marozava

Dr Marozava is a dermatologist in Minsk, Belarus, and senior lecturer at The University of Queensland.

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A 56-year-old woman with a past history of melanoma presents for a routine six-monthly skin examination. A 3mm papule with…
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All published algorithms for melanoma rely on asymmetry of pattern and/or colour (chaos) as the fundamental identifier of a…
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Patients with multiple naevi pose particular challenges but asymmetry aids diagnosis.   Two risk factors give a patient a…
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The timely diagnosis of potentially lethal melanomas requires vigilance and attention to the basic principles taught in…
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In 1978 some saw but did not comprehend. But that was before hand-held scopes Well before hand-held dermatoscopes were…
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Minute clues can help you to identify suspicious spots. The head and neck area is one of the most common sites for non…
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Melanomas reflect the chaotic growth of malignant cells, which is why dermatoscopic chaos (asymmetry of structure and/or…
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