how to detect skin cancer

The eye of the tiger: Case report of a featureless invasive melanoma disguised within a tattoo with implications for clinical practice (R1)

Raghu Vasanthan MBChB, FRACGP, Cand MMed, Louise Vivien Killen MBBS (Hons), FRCPA, Cliff Rosendahl MBBS, PhD We present the case of a 59-year-old Australian man with an invasive melanoma within a decorative tattoo of a tiger. The only morphologic clues to malignancy … Read More

AI not yet ready, says ACD

Liam J. Caffery PhD, Monika Janda PhD, Robert Miller MBBS, Lisa M. Abbott MBBS, LLM, Chris Arnold BComm, MBA, Tony Caccetta MBBS, Pascale Guitera MD, PhD, et al The Australasian College of Dermatologists has released a position statement on the use of artificial intelligence in dermatology … Read More

Dermoscopic Findings in Intraepidermal Carcinoma: An Interobserver Agreement Study

By : Julia Fougelberg, Alfred Luong, Jonathan Bowling, Alex Chamberlain, Aimilios Lallas, Ashfaq Marghoob, Sam Polesie, Gabriel Salerni, Masaru Tanaka, Oscar Zaar, Iris Zalaudek, Magdalena Claeson, John Paoli Introduction:  A wide range of descriptive terms have been used for dermoscopic findings … Read More

Association of Patient Risk Factors, Tumor Characteristics, and Treatment Modality With Poor Outcomes in Primary Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma

A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis George A. Zakhem, MD, MBA; Akshay N. Pulavarty, MPH; John Carucci, MD; et al Questions  Are patient risk factors and tumor characteristics associated with poor treatment outcomes in patients with primary cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC), and which treatment modalities minimize poor outcomes? Findings  In this … Read More

MoleMax HD

Interview with Lynette Hooper, Manager of SkinCheck Australia Can you give us a quick overview on the Molemax System you are currently using? The MoleMax System I love working with is the MoleMax HD.  It has so many features including … Read More

Melanoma Burden Rising: New Prevention Campaign Vital

The Medical Journal of Australia – published 9 May 2022 Professor David Whiteman and Professor Anne Cust MELANOMA is a common cancer in Australia. Each year in this country, more than 16 000 people are diagnosed with invasive melanoma, and … Read More

How MoleMax can be used to detect Skin Cancer

The best care for your patient… This is the best practice! Our teams focus on delivering safe, high quality and efficient tools which help medical practices implement strategies for the best patient-centered care. Improving patient examination experience is essential to … Read More

Benefits Of Using A Digital Skin Imaging System To Detect Skin Cancer

Current methods for diagnosing skin cancers rely on either invasive biopsies or the use of a dermatoscope and additional digital skin imaging software which can monitor the skin over time. As a dermatoscope relies on powerful visual inspection and digital … Read More

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