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What has changed in dermatology?

A look back at how we got here. I outline three changes in clinical practice, and why they happened.

From  Jonathan Rees 3 Years ago 0 likes 27 views 0  

Putting on sterile gloves (remake 2016)

Techniques may differ depending on whether surgery is clean or sterile, and whether gowns are worn.

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Should you lie in the sun?

A brief recap of the various arguments for and against sun exposure in relation to human health.

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Three big changes in dermatological practice.

I describe three of the major changes in clinical practice over the last 30 years: the move to outpatient therapy; the introduction of more potent drugs; and the development of dermatological surgery.

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BCC: cancer or not? What to discuss with patients.

Skin cancers vary in their behaviour. How can you communicate accurately, given this range of prognoses, and patient prior knowledge.

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Pigmented lesion? What to do next.

How do you approach clinically the patient with a suspicious pigmented lesion? What types of pathology must you consider, and when and how do you carry out surgery.

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Skin cancer: an unhelpful term?

Skin cancers behave very differently biologically. Is the term still useful in the clinic?

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