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Mole Map Clinic 

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0830406573  0838655526

Mole Mapping: Welcome
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Rapid Access Skin Cancer Screening, Surgery, Mole Checks & Mapping

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State-of-the-art Automated Total Body Mapping:                     This sophisticated software is designed to detect abnormal moles accurately when carried out periodically at regular intervals. 

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Mole Mapping: When combined with clinical examination, it detects skin cancer early and avoids unnecessary scars. For further information, please discuss with your dermatologist.

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Atypical Moles (or Naevi) may occur anywhere on the body, are often larger than other moles, have an odd shape and have more than one colour.

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Skin Biopsy

Diagnostics and Treatment of Skin Cancers (Basal cell carcinoma, Squamous cell carcinoma, Melanoma)

'Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Ireland, with over 13,000 new cases diagnosed every year. The National Cancer Registry of Ireland (NCRI) expects this number to double by 2040. Majority of cases are caused by UV rays from the sun or sunbeds.' For the best outcome, patients with skin cancer are best co-managed by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, oncologists and occasionally GPs with an interest in this area.

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SKIN CANCER SCREENING & PREVENTION PROGRAM

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Melanoma & Skin Cancer Awareness

SERVICE PROVIDERS:

  1. Consultant Dermatologist.

  2. Plastic Surgeons and other skin cancer specialist where required.

  3. GP with SI in skin cancer medicine.

  4. Skin cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist.


AIMS: 

  1. Health promotion to create awareness about skin cancer prevention.

  2. Identify at risk individuals who will benefit from education and risk modification to prevent skin cancer.

  3. Prevent onset of skin cancer with regular assessments and treatment of pre-cancerous lesions.

  4. Identify patients with early disease / pre-cancerous lesions, prevent disease progression by recommending early tests and treatment where necessary.

  5. Reduce morbidity and mortality in patients with established disease and subsequently enroll them into surveillance program for regular checks to prevent recurrence or further development of new malignancies on other sites.

HIGH RISK POPULATION: 

  1. People with fair complexion, blond or red hair, blue eyes and freckles.

  2. People with certain type OR large number of moles.

  3. Personal OR family history of skin cancer.

  4. People with suppressed immune system from medication (eg: organ transplant)

  5. People with certain genetic disorders that are more prone to skin cancers.

  6. Elderly population.

  7. People with chronic sun exposure / frequent blistering sunburns (outdoor workers, recreational exposure)

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NODULAR MELANOMA

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BASAL CELL CARCINOMA

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DYSPLASTIC NAEVUS

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ACRAL MELANOMA

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MELANOMA

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MELANOMA OF THE NAIL UNIT

Mole Mapping: Testimonials
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'Skin cancer detection could be missed in 4% of patients, 0.6% with potentially lethal skin malignancies WITHOUT a complete skin examination'

BJD 2011

'A study on melanoma-specific cohort showed that patients are more likely to have non-invasive tumours detected on visible body sites but more advanced disease on non-visible body sites. Furthermore, lethal skin cancers may have been missed in 28% of cases if total body skin examination was not carried out.' BJD 2023

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