Brochures and Education for Dermatology Patients
Warts are common, with studies finding that up to 33 percent of children and teens have these skin growths. Benign growths like warts and seborrheic keratoses can be very bothersome for patients, so it is important for dermatologists to ensure optimal patient outcomes while reducing staff burdens. Partnering with a full-service lab like PathologyWatch can help.
PathologyWatch is revolutionizing digital pathology to help you to continue to offer optimal care to your patients:
- 24/7 digital access to all pathology slides without purchasing a scanner
- Greater access to subspecialists and second opinions
- Improved turnaround time
“Benign growths are skin lesions made up of clusters of noncancerous skin cells, and they are usually nothing to be worried about. There are quite a few types of common benign growths that can pop up on the skin, and they may appear for a number of reasons.”
“Human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that causes warts, can be found everywhere, and it spreads easily from person to person. It can be difficult to prevent warts completely, but there are precautions that can reduce your risk of getting warts.”
“While seborrheic keratoses aren’t dangerous, it can be challenging to distinguish between a harmless growth and a dangerous one. If you’re worried about a growth on your skin, make an appointment to see your dermatologist or doctor. It’s always better to be safe than to miss something potentially dangerous.”
If you’re interested in streamlining your workflow, increasing efficiency, and accessing digital pathology, contact PathologyWatch today.