MIA's Dermatology services expanded
27 May 2016
We are pleased to announce a recent expansion to the dermatology services at Melanoma Institute Australia. We now have five specialist dermatologists consulting from the Poche Centre:
- Associate Professor Pascale Guitera
- Dr Linda Martin
- Dr Erin Mullan
- Dr Hsien Herbert Chan
- Dr Annika Smith
Our areas of expertise include:
- Diagnosis of difficult melanocytic lesions
- Dysplastic naevus syndrome
- Lentigo maligna
- Amelanotic melanoma
- Nail pigmentation
- Mucosal pigmentation
- Management of cutaneous side effects of systemic targeted and immunotherapies for metastatic melanoma
- Pigmented lesions and melanoma in pregnancy
- Patient education on skin cancer prevention and melanoma patient support group
We also have state-of-the-art non-invasive diagnostic technology including:
- Advanced dermoscopy
- In-vivo confocal reflectance microscopy
- Total body photography
- Sequential dermoscopic imaging
- Optical coherence tomography
Contact Dermatology at MIA:
Suite 8, Level 3
The Poche Centre
40 Rocklands Rd
Wollstonecraft NSW 2065
T: 02 9911 7277
F: 02 9922 7220
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