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January 2023

Cutaneous Oncology Update
Stanislav N. Tolkachjov, Editor

The issue also outlines current standard treatments, including Mohs micrographic surgery and nail surgery, with a focus on understanding and executing proper surgical technique, improvements in histopathologic evaluation, and approaches to tumors in special sites, such as the nails and the genitalia. While Mohs surgery has been increasingly used in the treatment of melanoma, this issue provides a discussion of the background to current melanoma treatment guidelines and suggests why these should at least be reevaluated in the context of margins and surgical standards of care.

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Dermatologic Clinics brings you the most practical and comprehensive information on the treatment and care of skin disorders, complete with photos, drawings, and diagrams to illustrate points and demonstrate techniques. Published quarterly—in January, April, July, and October—each issue is devoted to a single timely topic related to clinical dermatology, including hair disorders, pediatric dermatology, autoinflammatory disorders, contact dermatitis, and more. From evaluation to treatment, Dermatologic Clinics covers what is most relevant to you in your practice.