Entries by Dr Jonathan Bowling

Dermoscopy update at the World Congress

I was delighted to be invited to join esteemed colleagues from Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, and Germany in delivering the pre congress global update on the art of melanoma diagnosis, that is dermoscopy. With three lectures covering the spectrum of melanoma that is integral to my clinical practice, namely early diagnosis of melanoma, the many […]

Bright lights in skin cancer treatment

Having introduced photodynamic therapy (PDT), a novel treatment for certain types of skin cancer, to the NHS practice in Oxford, I am delighted to announce the new PDT service is now available in my private practice at The Manor Hospital. We have now been treating patients since November 2013. During this time we have treated […]

Laser guided mole mapping

Mole mapping has long been an integral part of my clinical practice for monitoring patients at high risk for skin cancer, particularly melanoma. Combining clinical imaging with high resolution dermoscopy images allows a much more accurate monitoring of moles for signs of change. Over the years I have detected many cases of early melanoma in […]