While Mohs micrographic surgery is well established as a safe and effective therapeutic modality in adult patients, it is not as commonly used in pediatric populations. There are unique challenges to performing Mohs surgery on pediatric patients, especially with patient cooperation. Multidisciplinary planning may be needed.
Investigators of a recent study found a 40-gene expression profile (40-GEP) test helps improve identification of high risk for metastatic disease in patients with cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC).
Superficial radiation offers a newer, FDA-approved office-based option that is safe. Steven A. Davis, M.D., shares his experience using surface radiotherapy to treat his patients with non-melanoma skin cancer.
Promising outcomes are being reported from clinical trials investigating Nano-Pulse Stimulation technology to treat nodular basal cell carcinoma and cutaneous, non-genital warts.
Michelle Nguyen, M.D., MPH, sits down with Dermatology Times to discuss her recent presentation at the 2020 American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) virtual meeting regarding the representation of women dermatologic surgeons in the U.S.
A recent study showed that curettage and cryotherapy, and electrodesiccation and curettage are two techniques that have comparable cure rates. The study’s findings highlight the efficacy and reliability of these treatment approaches for minimally invasive cutaneous carcinomas.
A recent study underscores the need for a consistent scale to grade risk levels of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), particularly poorly differentiated tumors, according to study authors who presented at the 2020 virtual American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) meeting.
A recent survey shows that many consumers are confused about sunscreen labeling claims regarding sun protection factor (SPF), allergenicity and other features.
Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (cSCC) patients need close clinical follow-up after being diagnosed with the skin cancer because subsequent cSCC development is likely in the following months and years.
A recent study from the University of Missouri School of Medicine investigates when is the best time to make post-operative phone calls to patients following Mohs micrographic surgeries.