Following new guidelines from GHFT the following conditions will not be offered an appointment, please refer to the new pathways for guidance re: treatment. Should you require any support or input please follow the advice and guidance route, especially if there is uncertainty regarding diagnosis. This should include a photograph where possible. Advice and Guidance may lead to a face to face appointment if the consultant deems it necessary, or support in obtaining an IFR.
- Benign asymptomatic / congenital naevi
- Benign asymptomatic skin adnexal lesions of any sort e.g. seborrheic keratosis, sebaceous hyperplasia, cysts, pilomatrixoma, skin tags, milia.
- Multiple warts in children
- Spider naevi/ telangiectasia/ facial thread veins
- Angiomas (except pyogenic granuloma)
- Port wine stains over 18 years of age (children OK)
- Lipomas (rapidly growing or very large refer general surgery to exclude sarcoma)
- Keratosis pilaris
- Acne scars (no active acne)
- Asymptomatic keloids/hypertrophic scars
Will be seen with an IFR from GP
- Recurrently (more than 2) infected cyst (anywhere)
- Naevus or benign lesion causing genuine physical or psychological difficulty
- Botox/iontophoresis for severe focal hyperhidrosis