Neoplasias can be benign or malignant. Benign neoplastic skin diseases include dermatofibromas, seborrheic keratoses, and benign nevi, while skin cancer is the most well-known malignant type. In fact, skin cancer is the most common malignancy in the world and exacts a high burden on the healthcare system. It can be broadly subdivided into two categories: melanoma and non-melanoma. A fairer skin type is a common risk factor for skin cancer, as melanin is protective against UV damage (another major risk factor). Avoiding UV radiation is important for primary prevention.
One needs a really freshened mind to grasp this. I think I need more time on this. Perhaps more illustration and pictures demonstrating the various skin conditions discussed would be beneficial!
I like the way benign nevi was explained, start with the definition and the different categories.... Perfect!
Great video on precursor lesions, RF and differential diagnosis for Melanoma.
best lecturer on Lecturio - so refreshing to have a lecturer with passion and a personality! No ego getting in the way of his fantastic lectures - a very rare thing indeed!