About this event

  • Date and time Thu 16 Jan 2020 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Dermatology

The Dermatology Section meetings offer trainees the opportunity to present clinicopathological cases to consultants and trainees for discussion and advice.

Run as a series of meetings throughout the year, these meetings allow discussion of both complex and classical dermatological issues.

The programme will be available in due course. 

Attendance criteria

You can only attend the meeting if you hold a Consultant or training post in Dermatology. You must bring ID with you to show this. Exceptions are made for those who are members of the section (by completing an additional application form) who have made significant contributions to Dermatology and are of good standing in Dermatology and the Profession.

 

We would like to thank our exhibitor(s):

AbbVie, Almirall, Bioderma, Eucerin (Beiersdorf UK), Janssen-Cilag, LEO Pharma, Lilly UK, L’Oreal, Sanofi and UCB Pharma Ltd

Please note that none of the companies listed have had any influence or involvement over the agenda, content or organisation of this meeting.

Agenda

View the programme 16 January 2020

Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Case 1: Is it the strike of a sword?

Dr Aoibheann Flynn, Dermatology Specialist Registrar, Mater Hospital, Dublin on behalf of Dr Aizuri Murad

Case 2: Coral red beads and arthritis

Dr Aparna Vyas, Speciality doctor, Dermatology, Croydon University Hospital NHS Trust on behalf of Dr SreedharKrishna, Dr CharanjitKaur and Dr DimaleeHerath

Case 3: Lichen planus follicularis tumidus

Dr Emma Rowland, Internal Medicine Trainee, Dorset County Hospital on behalf of Dr Saleem Taibjee, Dr Dimitra Koch and Dr Eduardo Calonje

Case 4: Progressive mycobacterium marinum infection despite rifampicin and clarithromycin

Dr Cathryn Sprenger, Clinical Fellow in Dermatology, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Woolwich and Hospital for Tropical Diseases on behalf of Dr Anna Chapman and Dr Stephen L. Walker

Case 5: Sea urchin granulomas

Dr Yvonne Nguyen, Dermatology Registrar,University College Hospital London on behalf of Dr Waseem Bakkour and Dr Eduardo Calonje

Case 6: "Mimicking the Mimic"-when Morphoea looks like Mycosis Fungoides

Dr Ahmed Kazmi, Dermatology Speciality Doctor, Royal Free Hospital and Royal London Hospital Barts Health NHS Trust on behalf of Dr Cate Orteu, Dr Nilesh Morar, Dr Fiona Child, Dr Hazem Ibrahim and Dr Eduardo Calonje

Case 7: Metastatic Crohn's disease in child presenting as saxophone penis
Case 8: Buried penis: Severe genital lymphoedema (and cellulitis)

Dr Leonard Timoney, Clinical Fellow Dermatology, University College London Hospital on behalf of Mr A. Muneer and Professor C.B Bunker

Tea and coffee break
Case 9: Reactive angioendotheliomatosis -an important differential of a non-healing ulcer on the background of vascular occlusion

Dr Victoria Vilenchik, Dermatology Clinical Teaching Fellow, North Bristol Trust -Southmead Hospitalon behalf of Dr Daniel Keith, Dr Jon Oxley and Dr Georgios Kravvas

Case 10: Differentiated VIN and pitfalls in diagnosis

Dr Eugene Ong, Senior Dermatopathology Fellow, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust on behalf of Dr Fiona Lewis and Dr Eduardo Calonje

Case 11: Pseudoepitheliomatous keratotic and micaceous balanitis: Two cases

Dr Ashley Spencer, Speciality Trainee Year 6, Dermatology, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on behalf of Dr Richard Watchorn and Professor CB Bunker

Case 12: A case of hemifacial asymmetry

Dr Nastassia Nardini, Senior Clinical Fellow, Department of Dermatopathology, St John's Institute of Dermatology, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust on behalf of Miss P. Drury, Dr V. Foy, Dr M. Mayers, Mr S. Ghosh and Dr E. Calonje

Case 13: Carcinoma en cuirasse secondary to metastatic breast cancer

Dr Alicia Ng, Speciality Trainee Registrar Year 4, Broomfield Hospital, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust on behalf of Dr Davide Altamura

Case 14: BRCA1-associated protein (BAP1)-inactivated melanocytic tumour (BIMT)

Dr Alex Gan, Dermatology Clinical Fellow, St Mary's Hospital on behalf of Dr Emma Gardette

Discussion and closing remarks
Close of meeting

Evaluations surveys will be sent via email and certificates of attendance can be found in the ‘My Account’ area on the RSM website after 3 working days

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom