Dr Steven Tomas

Clinical Lecturer
General Practice, School of Rural Health

Telephone +61 2 6885 1559
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Journals

  • Tomas, S. (2015). Early detection and non-invasive diagnosis of basal cell carcinoma using a dermatoscope. Australian Family Physician, 44(9), 660-662.
  • Tomas, S. (2015). Management of the disappearing skin cancer. Australian Family Physician, 44(8), 567-569.
  • Tomas, S. (2015). Wound closure involving fragile skin. Australian Family Physician, 44(10), 728-730.
  • Tomas, S. (2010). Managing a difficult periorbital skin cancer. Australian Family Physician, 39(8), 563-564. [More Information]
  • Tomas, S. (2010). The 'ultra slow' BCC - two case studies. Australian Family Physician, 39(3), 227-228.
  • Tomas, S. (2009). Difficult to diagnose skin cancer - The ‘aggressive’ BCC. Australian Family Physician, 38(7), 492-497.
  • Tomas, S. (2007). Recurring melanoma: A case study. Australian Family Physician, 36(12), 1015-1016, 1024.

2015

  • Tomas, S. (2015). Early detection and non-invasive diagnosis of basal cell carcinoma using a dermatoscope. Australian Family Physician, 44(9), 660-662.
  • Tomas, S. (2015). Management of the disappearing skin cancer. Australian Family Physician, 44(8), 567-569.
  • Tomas, S. (2015). Wound closure involving fragile skin. Australian Family Physician, 44(10), 728-730.

2010

  • Tomas, S. (2010). Managing a difficult periorbital skin cancer. Australian Family Physician, 39(8), 563-564. [More Information]
  • Tomas, S. (2010). The 'ultra slow' BCC - two case studies. Australian Family Physician, 39(3), 227-228.

2009

  • Tomas, S. (2009). Difficult to diagnose skin cancer - The ‘aggressive’ BCC. Australian Family Physician, 38(7), 492-497.

2007

  • Tomas, S. (2007). Recurring melanoma: A case study. Australian Family Physician, 36(12), 1015-1016, 1024.

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