Recording: NSA Melanoma Summit 2020, 03/21/2021-03/21/2023
The purpose of this activity is to create a comprehensive update for cutaneous melanoma management from biopsy to surgery to nonsurgical options. We do not have a previous mechanism to communicate updates for melanoma management in such a manner. We would like to standardize practices across all Northern California.
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Surgeons interested in melanoma surgery, oncologists, dermatologists, radiologists, especially nuclear medicine, radiation oncologists, head and neck surgeons, plastic surgeons, podiatrists, and all residents, oncology fellows, and anyone interested in the care of melanoma patients
- Follow current management of localized cutaneous melanoma (primary site).
- Appropriately choose options for management of the lymph node basin in cutaneous melanoma.
- Use Strategies for multi-modal management of complex patients with cutaneous melanoma
- Gain an understanding for commonly used simple techniques for covering melanoma excision sites.
- Understand indications for referral for TVEC.
- Implement MSLTII guidelines for patient with positive sentinel lymph node biopsy
Alpana Soni, MD, FACS, DABS, Assistant Director (Surgery), Regional Melanoma Group, General Surgery, Carmel Jenkins, CME Coordinator, NSA, Tatjana Kolevska, MD, Chief Physician Education, NSA, Chief Oncology/Hematology, NSA, Medical Director and National Permanente Clinical Leader for Cancer Care
Jeffrey Chakedis, MD, Surgical Oncology, KP Walnut Creek, CK Chang, MD, Surgical Oncology, KP Oakland, Maris Jones, MD, Surgical Oncology, KP Santa Clara, Maihgan Kavanagh, MD, Surgical Oncology, KP Santa Clara, Mark Price, MD, Plastic Surgery, KP Napa-Solano, and Thach-Giao Truong, MD, Oncology, KP Vallejo
Recording Date: September 18, 2020
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- 3.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™