Continuing Medical Education

Maintaining lifelong knowledge and skills is essential for safe clinical practice. Continuing medical education (CME) is an established method that can facilitate lifelong learning. It focuses on maintaining or developing knowledge, skills and relationships to ensure competent practice (1).
Continuing medical education (CME) is important for professional development among health personnel (2).

Short Case 1/OCT

A 56 years old male presented with a 10 month history of a verrucoid cutaneous lesion on his right lower limb. Irrespective of on and off treatment, the lesion slowly progressed. There is no regional lymphadenopathy. He could not recall any prick injury or trauma to the site. He is a carpenter from Matara area