Pediatric Skin Lesions and Tumors: Differentiating Trivial from Terrible
From the SDPA Annual Summer Dermatology Conference 2019, held June 6 – June 9, 2019 in Washington, DC.
Faculty: James Treat, MD
- Learn which skin lesions are associated with cranial and spinal dysraphism.
- Understand how to differentiate and treat tumors including nevus sebaceous and xanthogranulomas.
- Recognize Pilomatrixomas and Dermoid cysts and when (and when NOT) to treat.
- Understand linear lesions, how they develop, when to worry and how to treat.
Posted October 30, 2019