[9 min watch] Dermoscopy of pyogenic granuloma

In this short video, Dr Vincenzo Piccolo discusses the dermoscopic characteristics of pyogenic granuloma (small, raised, and red bumps on the skin, predominantly on the faces of children), including real patient examples.

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In this video, Dr Piccolo explains how to make a differential diagnosis for pyogenic granuloma, including the role of dermoscopy for this purpose.

He highlights the dermoscopic characteristics of pyogenic granuloma and what to look out for to reach a diagnosis.

Dr Piccolo further looks into the latest research papers on this dermatological condition to provide the most up-to-date news in the diagnosis and management of pyogenic granuloma.

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One comment on “[9 min watch] Dermoscopy of pyogenic granuloma

  1. The first two pictures of your lessons was cherry angioma, otherwise the lecture was useful for me.
    Thank you.
    Dr wak

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