Dermoscopy

A 45-year-old woman presents for a skin examination. The patient is routinely asked if there are any new or changing lesions…
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A 40-year-old woman presents to her GP for annual skin examination. Both her parents have had melanoma. A lesion is noted…
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Melanomas of the nail matrix are concealed beneath the proximal nail fold and the proximal part of the nail plate. They…
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Most skin lesions encountered by experienced dermatoscopists can be effortlessly recognised as falling into one of five…
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The term 'dysplastic naevus' is a misnomer that implies the lesion is in some way harmful to its host and on a continuum…
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Every melanoma begins its life as a minute lesion - smaller than can be seen by the naked eye. An understanding of…
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In his book Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman explores the ways we think and identifies two thought processes. He…
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