1st Online Meeting of the International Dermoscopy Society - DETAILED PROGRAM
 
15
October
Thursday, October 15th
Virtual Hall 1
 
PRE-CONGRESS WARM-UP
12:00–12:50
Basic Dermoscopy
12:00–12:20
Basic dermoscopy structures
G.Kaminska-Winciorek
12:20–12:45
Dermoscopic tricky cases- from beginners to experts
R. Karls
12:45–12:50
Q&A
Virtuall Hall 2
 
PRE-CONGRESS WARM-UP
12:00–12:50
Basic Trichoscopy
12:00–12:20
Basic trichoscopy structures
L. Rudnicka
12:20–12:40
Basic trichoscopy cases
A. Rakowska
12:40–12:50
Q&A
Virtual Hall (1+2)
13:00–13:15
OPENING CEREMONY
13:15–15:10
INAUGURAL SESSION
13:15–13:30
The story of dermoscopy
H.P. Soyer
13:30–13:45
The spectrum of dermoscopy today and tomorrow
I. Zalaudek
13:45–14:00
What is new in dermoscopy
A. Lallas
14:00–14:15
The dermoscopy cases from which I have learned most
G. Argenziano
14:15–14:30
The value ot trichoscopy beyond dermatology
L. Rudnicka
14:30–14:45
Tips and tricks in dermoscopy
G. Kaminska-Winciorek
14:45–15:10
Q&A
15:10–15:15
Break
Virtual Hall 1
15:15–17:05
General dermoscopy
15:15–15:30
Why I like dermatoscopy: Blink, think, and compare
W. Stolz
15:30–15:45
A man against a machine - machine-learning algorithms in dermoscopy approach
H. Hänßle
15:45–16:00
Digital dermoscopy and total body photography in clinical practice
S. Puig
16:00–16:15
Dermoscopy algoritms in clinical practice. Where are we now?
K. Nielsen
16:15–16:30
Non-pigmented lesions ( flat/ elevated/ nodular)
R. Karls
16:30–16:45
Dermoscopy in limfoproliferative disorders
Geller S
17:05–17:15
Break
17:15–19:30
Melanoma
17:15–17:30
Dermoscopy of congenital and non-congenital nevus associated-melanoma
I. Zalaudek
17:30–17:45
Melanoma has many faces - from spot to the tumor
H. Kittler
17:45–18:00
Neck melanoma
C.Longo
18:00–18:15
The good, the bad, and the ugly on the face
W. Stolz
18:15–18:30
Cameleon melanoma
A. Blum
18:30–18:45
Dermoscopy of pediatric and adolescent melanomas- should we be afraid?
A. Scope
18:45–19:00
Spitz nevus, atypical spitzoid tumor and spitzoid melanoma - dermoscopic clues and management.
E. Moscarella
Virtual Hall 2
15:15–17:05
Trichoscopy in special situations
15:15–15:30
Trichoscopy during the COVID-19 pandemic
A. Tosti
15:30–15:40
New trichoscopy structures in 2020
A. Rakowska
15:40–15:50
Trichoscopy findings in patients with alopecia secondary to esthetic procedures
D. Asz Sigall
15:50–16:00
Trichoscopy evaluation of Low-dose minoxidil in female androgenetic alopecia
R. Pirmez
16:00–16:10
Trichoscopy in hair transplantation
S. Vano-Galvan
16:10–16:20
Differential diagnosis of nevus sebaceous on the scalp
T. M. Deinlein
16:20–16:30
TBD
17:05–17:15
Break
17:15–18:05
New techniques in hair and nails
17:15–17:25
Red light Onychoscopy.
G. Pellacani
17:25–17:35
Onychoscopy made easier – tips and tricks
S. B. Daruwalla
17:35–17:45
Cross-polarized trichoscopy
R. Dhurat
17:45–17:55
Panoramic trichoscopy
L. Abraham
17:55–18:05
Scalp marking tools
P. Acharya
18:05–18:45
Trichoscopy and dermoscopy in general medicine
18:05–18:15
Systemic lupus erythematosus, systemic sclerosis and dermatomyositis in trichoscopy
P. Suchonwanit
18:15–18:25
Sarcoidosis in dermoscopy
A. Pietkiewicz
18:25–18:35
Capillaroscopy performed with a dermoscope
EN Cohen Sabban
18:35–18:45
TBD
Virtual Hall (1+2)
19:30
ARTISTIC PERFORMACE & YOUR FAVORITE WINE AT HOME
16
October
Friday, October 16th
Virtual Hall (1+2)
13:00–15:00
DERMOSCOPY FROM FIVE CONTINENTS
13:00–13:20
Unusual presentations of acral lesions
M. Tanaka (Asia)
13:20–13:40
Dermoscopy cases from which I learned most
H. Cabo (South America)
13:40–14:00
TBD
A. Marghoob (North America)
14:00–14:20
The Menzies Method-what would I change in 2020
S. Menzies (Australia)
14:20–14:40
Subungual acantholytic dyskeratotic acanthoma
L. Thomas (Europe)
14:40–14:55
Pigmented SCC in situ
H. Rabinowitz (North America)
14:55–15:00
Break
Virtual Hall 1
15:00–16:00
Dermoscopy-guided biopsy 1
15:00–15:10
Dermoscopy-guided biopsy in facial lentigo maligna
D. Tiodorovic
15:10–15:20
Dermoscopy-guided biopsy in Pagets disease
Z. Apalla
15:20–15:30
Dermoscopy-guided biopsy in scalp tumors
A. Sadek
15:30–15:40
Dermoscopy-guided biopsy in nail tumors.
A. Lencastre
Virtual Hall 2
15:00–16:00
Inflammoscopy, Entomodermoscopy and Mucoscopy
15:00–15:10
Basic principles of applying dermoscopy in general dermatology
A. Lallas
15:10–15:20
Standardization of dermoscopic terminology and basic dermoscopic parameters to evaluate in general dermatology (non-neoplastic dermatoses)
E. Errichetti.
15:20–15:30
Parasitic infections
G. Micali
15:30–15:40
Mucoscopy in general dermatology
Jha Kumar A.
Virtul Hall (1+2)
16:00–16:45
What every doctor should know about sun protection
16:45–17:00
Break
Virtual Hall 1
17:00–17:25
Dermoscopy- Histology Correlations
17:00–17:15
Dermoscopic structures and its histologic correlations in melanocytic nevi
H. Kittler
17:15–17:25
Vascular patterns in dermoscopy and histopathology
M.Misiak-Gałązka
17:25–17:50
Dermoscopy documentation
17:25–17:50
The golden rules of dermoscope documentation - from paper to the digital world and DICOM
J. Malvehy
18:00–18:05
Break
18:05–19:30
Cases from our practice - tumors
 


Benign vascular lesions within genital area
K. Szmigiel, G. Kamińska-Winciorek, I. Kozak-Darmas, A. Olejek

Dermoscopic rainbow pattern – not only Kaposi’s sarcoma
M. Żychowska

A papular epidermal nevus with "Skyline" basal cell layer In an infant
M. J. Aan Koh

Atypical spitzoid tumors
K. Englert, K. Basta-Klonowska, K. Polak-Kokoszka A. Wojas-Pelc

Not malignant but malingering melanoma. A case of fake melanoma
P. Pietkiewicz

Melanoma During Pregnancy
A. Malevic, N. Jarusina, J. Grigaitiene

On the role of presurgical photodocumentation. Review of problematic cases.
P. Pietkiewicz

Dermoscopy of cutaneous metastases of prostate cancer
J. Golińska, M. Sar-Pomian

A Nevoid Melanoma
V. Todorovska

Melanoma of unknown primary site in a patient with multiple dysplastic nevi
K. Englert, K. Basta-Klonowska, K. Polak-Kokoszka A. Wojas-Pelc

Anaplastic Large Cell Cd30+ Cutaneous Lymphoma
RJ Ton, J. Rados, I. Ilic, M. Bradamante, D Stulhofer Buzina, R. Ceovic, D. Ledic Drvar

Desmoplastic Nevus
A. Szmurło, M. Kędzierska, J. Sicińska, I. Walecka

Atypical nevus or psoriasis
L. Lukaviciute, E. Simanaviciene, J. Grigaitiene
Virtual Hall 2
17:00
Inflammoscopy
17:00–17:10
Inflammatory lesions in children
F. Lacarrubba
17:10–17:20
Psoriasis – the changing dermoscopy features
J.Golinska
17:20–17:30
Balanits
E. Errichetti
17:30–17:40
Parasitic infections
G. Micali
18:00–18:05
Break
18:05–19:30
From onychoscopy to therapy
18:05–18:20
Isolated nail psoriasis – from onychoscopy to therapy
B. Piraccini
18:20–18:30
Isolated nail lichen planus.From onychoscopy to therapy
M. Iorizzo
18:30–18:40
Dermoscopy-guided biopsy in inflammatory diseases of the nail apparatus
M. Sar-Pomian
18:40–18:50
Trachyonychia – from onychoscopy to therapy
M. Starace
18:50–19:00
Onychoscopy in longitudinal melanonychia. Focus on patients with dark skin phototypes
M. Agrawal
17
October
Saturday, October 17th
Virtual Hall 1
09:00–10:00
Colors and shapes in dermoscopy.
Dermoscopic updates in malignant tumors.
09:00–09:15
Red tumors - what can the vessels tell us
J. Kreusch
09:15–09:30
White - dermoscopy based on white shining structures
R. Braun
09:30–09:45
Black - melanoma simulators in dermoscopy
J. Bowling
10:00–10:05
Break
10:05–12:00
Updates in dermoscopy of skin tumors
10:05–10:20
Mucosal tumor lesions. When should I cut them out?
A. Blum
10:20–10:35
Shapes in dermoscopy: Clods - diagnostic clue in dermoscopy
P. Tschandl
10:35–10:45
The relevance of distinction between thin versus thick melanomas
D. Sgouros
10:45–10:55
Clues for recognizing collision tumors
R. Peralta
10:55–11:05
Malignant collision tumors
P. Zaballos
11:05–11:15
Eyelid margin tumours
M. Sobjanek
11:15–11:25
Dermoscopic features of basal cell carcinoma and its subtypes
O. Reiter
11:25–11:35
Small-diameter melanomas - dermoscopy follow-up
11:35–11:45
Dermoscopic presentation of melanoma in patients with multiple BCC
M. Slowinska
12:00–12:05
Break
12:05–13:00
Tips and tricks in dermoscopy
12:05–12:20
How to perform a dermoscopic examination so you don't miss skin neoplasms
A. Lallas
12:20–12:35
Technological advancement pearls in dermoscopy - An essential and useful update
S. Sonthalia
12:35–12:50
TBD
Virtual Hall 2
09:00–10:00
From Trichoscopy to Therapy. Whats new?
09:00–09:10
Androgenetic alopecia
L. Rudnicka
09:10–09:20
Alopecia areata
A. Waskiel-Burnat
09:20–09:30
Aplasia Cutis Congenita
A. M. Piniero
10:00–10:05
Break
10:05–12:00
From Trichoscopy to Therapy. Whats new? (cont.)
10:05–10:15
Discoid Lupus Erythematosus
B. Estrada
10:15–10:25
Frontal fibrosing alopecia
A. Donati
10:25–10:35
Dissecting cellulitis
DS. Melo
10:35–10:45
TBD
10:45–10:55
Pressure alopecia and traction alopecia
10:55–11:05
Tinea capitis
11:05–11:15
Syphilitic alopecia
L. Doche
11:15–11:25
Lymphoma of the scalp
M. Sławińska
11:25–11:35
Erosive pustular dermatosis of the scalp
12:00–12:05
Break
12:05–13:00
Cases from our practice - trichoscopy, onychoscopy, inflammoscopy
(2-3 minutes each)
 

Prospective dermoscopic observation towards acute and chronic gvhd in patients after allogeneic hematopietic bone marrow transplantation?
A. Szlauer-Stefanska, G. Kaminska-Winciorek

Central cicatrical alopecia in a black African man. Trichoscopy - histology correlation
N. Enechuwu

Acantholytic dermatoses in dermoscopy
M. Kurzeja

Drug-induced folliculitis in trichoscopy
J. Czuwara, K. Fret, J. Nowaczyk

Annular atrophic lichen planus
J. Radoš, D. Ledić Drvar, D. Lončarić , B. Kovačević

Systemic lupus erythematosus first suspected on the basis of hair loss and trichoscopy
S.Chrostowska

Ochronosis - a disease or a symptom?
M. Maj

Trichoscopy of follicular mucinosis coexisting with alopecia areata
A.Waśkiel

Morphea en coup the sabre mimicking alopecia areata
E.Ulc

Unilateral Segmental Darier Disease
J. Radoš, A. Balić, R. Jurakić Tončić, D. Lončarić



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