Fundamentals of Mohs Surgery Course
2022 Fundamentals Of Mohs Surgery Course – November 3-6, 2022
Course directors are Carlos A. Garcia, M.D.; Kenneth G. Gross, M.D.; Andrew H. Weinstein, M.D. BJ Villarreal and Larry Ladd Co-Direct the Mohs Technician training session.
First introduced in 1995, this four-day annual course focuses on the Mohs surgery as the treatment of choice for certain basal and squamous cell carcinomas and other cutaneous malignancies. A wide variety of Mohs procedural and practice topics will be discussed, with ample time for questions and answers and informal discussion with faculty members throughout the meeting.
Dermatologists and other specialists interested in performing this highly- effective treatment for skin cancer will benefit from this important “need to know” material such as Mohs indications, wound mapping, normal skin-BCC-SCC-unusual tumor histopathology, Mohs surgical pearls, coding and reimbursement, laboratory supervision, CLIA-OSHA consideration, and other vital information.
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Participants will divide their instructional time between lectures, histopathology presentations, small group discussions, and independent or “team” review of Mohs cases in the microscope lab.
Stay tuned for a course brochure with specific course objectives, hotel reservation information, and a detailed fee structure.
Discounted registration fees will apply to current ASMS members. If interested in joining the ASMS in conjunction with course registration, please contact us at 800-616-ASMS (2767) to determine your eligibility for membership.