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Dr Michael Tam presents his latest edition of Examining the Evidence .
Associate Professor Cliff Rosendahl and Christine Lee present the latest case...
Any lesions with an unusual appearance should prompt a query with a pathologist
Slip, Slop, Slap! for a digital age?
Melanoma is less likely to be detected if doctors delegate and trivialise scalp checks.
Lesions which pique interest because of their asymmetry deserve closer scrunity.
Dr Rob Park reviews the CryoPen O.
Laser treatment could have 'devasting' consequences
There have been severe allergic reactions
Region is 'facing an epidemic'
Smokers are particularly at risk
But maybe just in men
They may be no better than self-examination.
What Lies Beneath: Peripheral clods can be a clue.
Dr Michael Tam applies a critical eye in his monthly Examining the Evidence column...
Read the latest case study in our What Lies Beneath column.
First, the recommendation ‘use sparingly’ is nonsensical and has no value.
Machines don’t make the same errors as humans when it comes to decisions based on visual analysis.
Skin Deep: The patient had a history of severe atop eczema.
Is this a new, cost-effective way of reducing the burden of atopic dermatitis?
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