Assessing students' ability to detect melanomas using standardized patients and moulage
journal contributionposted on 02.10.2012 by Claudia Hernandez, Robin Mermelstein, June K. Robinson, Rachel Yudkowsky
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Detection of melanoma by physicians via opportunistic surveillance during focused physical examinations may reduce mortality. Medical students may not encounter a clinical case of melanoma during a dermatology clerkship.