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Controversies in Mohs Surgery
Monday, March 24
Mile High Ballroom 3C
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Richard Gary Bennett, MD, FAAD
- David G. Brodland, MD, FAAD
- Daniel Brian Eisen, MD, FAAD
- Manish J. Gharia, MD, FAAD
- Leonard Harry Goldberg, MD, FAAD
- Glenn D. Goldman, MD, FAAD
- Matthew M. Goodman, MD, FAAD
- Eleni Linos, MD, PhD, FAAD
- Kishwer S. Nehal, MD, FAAD
- Aleksandar Sekulic, MD, FAAD
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Assess the usefulness of special stains, especially toluidine blue.
- Determine optimal case selection for Mohs surgery.
- Compare the advantages and disadvantages of fellowship training.
Although Mohs Surgery is well accepted for treatment of skin cancers by dermatologists and most surgical subspecialties, there are issues for which there is a divergence of opinion. This session will explore in depth some of these controversies in Mohs Surgery such as appropriate and inappropriate use, whether to use special stains (including MART-1 and toluidine blue), and reconstructive problems, e.g. whether cartilage grafts are really necessary. Also to be discussed will be the usefulness and desirability of fellowship training.
|Monday, March 24|
|10:00 AM||For: Vismodegib for Basal Cell Carcinoma / Dr. Sekulic|
|10:10 AM||Against: Vismodegib for Basal Cell Carcinoma / Dr. Gharia|
|10:20 AM||For: Toludine-Blue for Basal Cell Carcinoma / Dr. Goldberg|
|10:30 AM||For: Mohs for Melanoma - Frozen Sections Only / Dr. Bennett|
|10:40 AM||For: Mohs for Melanoma - Slow Mohs - Permanent Sections Only / Dr. Eisen|
|10:50 AM||For: Mohs for Melanoma - Frozen Sections with Mart-1 Stain / Dr. Brodland|
|11:00 AM||Against: Mohs for Melanoma / Dr. Nehal|
|11:10 AM||For: Fellowship Training in Mohs Surgery / Dr. Bennett|
|11:20 AM||Against: Fellowship Training in Mohs Surgery / Dr. Goodman|
|11:30 AM||For: Mohs for Patients Older than 85 Years Old / Dr. Goldman|
|11:40 AM||Against: Mohs for Patients Older Than 85 Years Old / Dr. Linos|
|11:50 AM||Q & A / All faculty|