Benign Lesions, Part I

Benign lesions are the most common skin finding in patients seeking treatment for epidermal tumors.

2 Contact Hours

Video Count 12 videos | Time 1hr 21mins
David

David E. Kent, M.D

Instructor

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Continuing Education
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Learning Objectives
  • Identify the most common benign skin lesions
  • Recognize and differentiate the clinical characteristic exam findings of benign skin lesions
  • Discuss management and treatment of benign skin lesions and when intervention would be indicated
  • Recognize new treatments and unusual presentations of seborrheic keratoses.
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12 Videos
2 Practice quizzes

This course includes 12 videos

Introduction
00:00:44
Seborrheic Keratoses
00:05:10
SK Clinical Examples – Location
00:09:41
SK Clinical Examples – Texture & Color
00:10:23
SK Clinical Examples – Dermatoses Papulosis Nigra & Stucco
00:02:55
Angioma
00:03:02
Venous Lake
00:03:18
Skin Tags (Acrochordons)
00:05:08
Sebaceous Hyperplasia
00:05:03
Fibrous Papules
00:02:01
Syringomas
00:04:06
Cutaneous Cysts
00:11:19