Monk's moments: Am I too late?
I used to think that I was quite good at managing skin cancer; I have certainly seen enough of it over the years. I have always consulted next door to my plastic surgeon, and we have had an excellent system of asking each others’ opinions on difficult cases. Until very recently, when the lab was moved, our histopathologist worked just round the corner, so we could easily get his opinion as well, and occasionally we even brought him round to see a case before we biopsied it.
Dermatology in practice 2010; 17(4): 31–31
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