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Excisional biopsy of pigmented lesions: Marking an area of concern

A/Prof Tony Dicker demonstrates how to sample a pigmented lesion and highlight to the pathologist one particular part of the lesion you're concerned about.

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HealthCert Education
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Associate Professor Tony Dicker gives a short presentation to demonstrate a technique of sampling a pigmented lesion and highlighting to the pathologist one particular part of the lesion that you are concerned about.

Learn more about this topic in the HealthCert Professional Diploma program in Skin Cancer Surgery for GPs — fully online or with optional practical workshops.

In the video, A/Prof Dicker demonstrates how you can effectively mark a tissue sample to indicate to the pathologist which particular part of the lesion you wish to draw their attention to.

He uses a real patient case to walk through the technique, with step-by-step advice and tips for improving your biopsy process and efficacy.

See all this and more in the full video below!

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