By contrast with the last case I posted, here is one of the 4 small non-melanoma skin cancers I picked up in a single clinic recently, doing check …Small skin cancer picked up on a routine check
Some good points here. In Military Primary Care, we perhaps don’t see as much but melanoma is probably the commonest cancers we do see. I also see a younger population with tours of Iraq and Afghanistan under their belt with sun damaged skin. Dermoscopy in DPHC is a skill worth considering. You will use it far more than POCUS so maintaining competency shouldn’t be an issue.
Thanks to Stephen once again.