2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors

    Event Date: 
    Thu, 04/20/2017 (All day) - Sat, 04/22/2017 (All day)

     

    NEW: HOT TOPIC SESSION: UPDATE ON MELANOMA, MERKEL CELL CARCINOMA AND STRATEGIES TO INCORPORATE PRECISION MEDICINE TESTING (NEXT GENE SEQUENCING, PD1 STAINING, KINASE FUSIONS, MUTATIONAL LOAD, ETC.) IN ROUTINE LABORATORY PRACTICE

    APRIL 20-22, 2017

     

    Dermpedia Sharing dermatology and dermatopathology knowledge

    8th Annual CME Course 

    Comprehensive Course on

    Soft Tissue Tumors

    In High-Definition Projection! 

    MANCHESTER GRAND HYATT 

     SAN DIEGO, CA

     

    Online registration available soon

    Faculty: 

    * Steven Billings, M.D. (Cleveland, OH)

    * Thomas Brenn, M.D., Ph.D. (Edinburgh, UK)

    * Karen Fritchie, M.D. (Rochester, MN)

    Jason Hornick, M.D., Ph.D. (Boston, MA)

    * Stephen R. Lyle, M.D., Ph.D. (Boston, MA)

    * Johanna Moore, M.D. (Santa Maria, CA)

    * Paula North, M.D., Ph.D. (Milwaukee, WI)

    * Rajendra Singh, M.D. (New York, NY)

    * Micheal Tetzlaff, M.D., Ph.D. (Houston, TX)

    * Artur Zembowicz, M.D., Ph.D. (Boston, MA)

     

    * And others.....

    Dermpedia courses are made available by Dermatopathology Consultations, LLC (Needham Heights, MA), www.dermatopathologyconsultations.com

    For more information about this event, please call 1-617-549-1168 or send email to: courses@dermpedia.org

    Course Venue: 

    Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego.  A limited block of rooms at a significantly discounted group rate are available through online registration. This oceanfront hotel is the tallest urban waterfront resort on the West coast.  Featuring roof-top tennis, pool, whirlpool, firepit, spa, and 24 hour fitness facilities, the Manchester Grand Hyatt is also centrally located.

    Course Objectives: 

    The objective of Dermpedia Courses is to provide the most comprehensive in-depth updates on selected topics pertinent to everyday practice of skin pathology and dermatology, and to improve attendees' diagnostic skills. The main topic of this year’s Course will be Soft Tissue Tumors: Comprehensive Review and Update. The course will discuss entities and critical differential diagnoses likely to be encountered by general pathologists and dermatopathologists. The Course Faculty, experts in the field, will present a number of interesting cases illustrating salient features and potential diagnostic pitfalls associated with common and less common soft tissue tumors.

    The Course will also include optional faculty-led small group sessions at a multi-headed microscope

    Realizing that many laboratories struggle with question how to adopt emerging molecular precision medicine technics, we decided to include a new session that will give advise on strategies for incorporating next gene sequencing, PD1 staining assessment of gene fusions and mutational load of tumors in routine laboratory practice.

     

    We expect to discuss the following entities:

    Nodular fasciitis • Ischemic fasciitis (atypical decubitus fibroplasia) • Fibroma of tendon sheath • Fibromatoses • Proliferative fasciitis • Nuchal fibroma • Elastofibroma • Desmoplastic fibroblastoma (collagenous fibroma) • Fibrous hamartoma of infancy • Infantile digital fibromatosis • Solitary myofibroma • Infantile or congenital fibrosarcoma • Giant cell fibroblastoma • Sclerosing epithelioid fibrosarcoma • Myxofibrosarcoma • Low-grade fibromyxoid sarcoma • Hyalinizing spindle cell tumor with giant rosetts • Myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcoma • Variants of fibrous histiocytoma (dermatofibroma) • Juvenile xanthogranuloma • Reticulohistiocytoma • Leprosy • Malakoplakia • Tumoral atypical mycobacteria infection • Crystal-storing histiocytosis • Silica reaction • Cutaneous Rosai-Dorfman disease • Atypical fibroxanthoma • Pleomorphic dermal sarcoma • Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans • Fibrosarcomatous variant of DFSP • Superficial acral fibromyxoma • Solitary fibrous tumor • Bednar tumor • Angiomatoid fibrous histiocytoma • Giant cell tumor of tendon sheaths • Soft tissue giant cell tumor • Granular cell tumors • Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor • Calcifying aponeurotic fbroma • Calcifying fibrous pseudotumor • Phosphaturic mesenchymal tumor • Angiolipoma • Chondroid lipoma • Spindle cell/pleomorphic lipoma • Angiomyolipoma • Lipoblastomatoma • Atypical lipomatous tumor (well-differentiated liposarcoma) • Myxoid liposarcoma • Round cell/dedifferentiated liposarcoma • Pleomorphic liposarcoma • Acquired tufted angioma • Hobnail hemangioma • Spindle cell hemangioma • Epithelioid hemangioma • Glomeruloid hemangioma • Verrucous hemangioma • Pyogenic granuloma • Masson's tumor • Infantile hemangioma • Regressing and non regressing congenital hemangiomas • Kaposiform hemangioendothelioma • Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma • Hobnail hemangioendothelioma • Retiform hemangioendothelioma • Composite hemangioendothelioma • Kaposi sarcoma • Classic angiosarcoma • Low-grade angiosarcoma • Acquired progressive lymphangioma • Epitheloid angiosarcoma • Radiation-induced atypical vascular lesion • Localized massive lymphedema • Bacillary angiomatosis • Angioleiomyoma • Cutaneous leiomyosarcoma • Glomus tumor • Malignant glomus tumor • Perivascular myoma/pericytoma • Pilar leiomyoma • Metastatic GIST • Rhabdomyomatous hamartoma of skin • Myofibroblastoma (of breast) • Angiomyofibroblastoma (vulvar) • Cellular angiofibroma • Aggressive angiomyxoma • Mixed tumor/parachordoma • Chondroma • Superficial angiomyxoma • Myxoma • Cutaneous PEComa • Pleomorphic angiectatic tumor of soft parts • Ossifying fibromyxoid tumor • Soft tissue perineuroma • Sclerosing perineuroma • Hybrid schwannoma/perineurioma • Nerve sheath myxoma • Epithelioid schwannoma • Cellular neurothecoma • Plexiform fibrohistiocytic tumor • Epithelioid sarcoma, proximal type • Epithelioid sarcoma • Epithelioid sarcoma missed as granuloma annulare • Subcutaneos granuloma annulare • Cutaneous clear cell sarcoma • Cutaneous meningioma • Ectopic meningothelial hamartoma   more......

    Agenda:

    Thursday 4/20/2017

    7:00-8:00 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast

    7:30-10:00 AM Didactic Session I: Staging, Classification and Molecular Diagnostic Adjuncts in Soft Tissue Tumors

    • Artur Zembowicz - Welcome and Introduction
    • Jason Hornick - Diagnostic Adjuncts in Classification of Soft Tissue Tumors: Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Genetic Techniques
    • Karen Fritchie - Fibrous Tissue Tumors and Fibromatoses
    • Thomas Brenn - CD34-positive Spindle Cell Tumors
    • Artus Zembowicz - Variants of Dermatofibroma
    • Faculty - Q&A
    10:00-10:30 AM Coffee Break

    10:30 AM-12:30 PM: Didactic Session II:  Spindle Cell Neoplasms
    • Steven Billings - Fibrosarcomas
    • Artur Zembowicz - Atypical Fibroxanthoma & Pleomorphic Sarcoma
    • Steven Billings - Various Fibrohistiocytic Lesions
    • Karen Fritchie - Bone Pathology For (dummies) Dermatopathologists
    • Faculty - Q&A
    12:30-2:00 PM Lunch Break (on your own)

    2:00-4:00 PM: Didactic Session III Vascular Lesions
    • Steven Billings - Rare Variants of 'Hemangioma'
    • Jason Hornick - Intermediate Grade Vascular Tumors
    • Thomas Brenn - Variants of Angiosarcoma
    • Jason Hornick - Chondromyxoid Tumors
    • Faculty - Q&A
    4:00-4:30 PM Coffee Break

    4:30-6:30 PM Didactic Session IV:
    Pediatric Vascular Lesions and Other Topics
    • Paula North - Pediatric Vascular Lesions and Malformations
    • Thomas Brenn - Fibrohistiocytic Lesions
    • Johanna Moore - Ischemic Fasciitis
    • Rajendra Singh - PathPresenter.com A Web-Based Personal Library of Soft Tissue (and every specialty) Cases
    • Faculty - Q&A

    6:30-8:00 PM Official Course Reception
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    Friday, April 21, 2017

    7:00 AM-12:00 PM Show and Tell with Microscopes (optional small group sessions, separate registration required)
    • 7-8AM Artur Zembowicz - Diagnostic Pearls in Diagnosis of Inflammatory Dermatoses
    • 8-9AM Paula North - Pediatric Dermatopathology for Dermatopathologists
    • 9-10AM Thomas Brenn - Adnexal Neoplasms: Common and Uncommon but Important
    • 10-11AM Steven Billings - Diagnostic Challenges in Cutaneous Soft Tissue Tumors I
    • 11AM-12PM Jason HornickDiagnostic Challenges in Cutaneous Soft Tissue Tumors II
    12:00-12:30 PM Lunch Break (on your own)

    12:30-2:30 PM   Didactic Session V: Fatty Tissue Tumors
    • Steven Billings - Lipomas
    • Jason Hornick - Liposarcomas
    • Thomas Brenn - Smooth Muscle and Perivascular Tumors
    • Karen Fritchie - Soft Tissue Tumors of the Genital Areas
    • Faculty - Q&A
    2:30-3:00 PM: Coffee Break

    3:00-5:00 PM: Didactic Session VI: Pediatric Pathology, Genital Soft Tissue Tumors, and Tumors of Uncertain Histogenesis
    • Paula North - Pediatric Soft Tissue Tumors
    • Steven Billings - Cutaneous Clear Cell Sarcoma and Meningioma
    • Steven Billings - Tumors of Uncertain Histogenesis
    5:00-5:30 PM Coffee Break 

    5:30-6:30 PM Didactic Session VII: Teaching Point Presentations 
    • Steven Billings - Clues to the Diagnosis at the Edges of Tumors
    • Thomas Brenn - Desmoplastic Melanocytic Tumors
    • Jason Hornick - Melanoma or 'Bust': Avoiding Over Reliance on Second-Line Melanoma Markers (MPNST in the dermis?)
    • Paula North - Vascular or Not?
    • Karen Fritchie - Breaking Stereotypes: When Tumors Don't Read the Books
    • Artur Zembowicz - Be Your Own Molecular Pathologist: How To Use Outside Resources To Have Access to Molecular Diagnostic Tests 
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    Saturday, April 22, 2017

    7:30-10:00 AM Working Breakfast and Didactic Session VIII:  Tumors of Uncertain Histogenesis and Neural Tissue
    • Jason Hornick - Tumors With Neural Differentiation
    • Artur Zembowicz - Non-mesenchymal Tumors Mimicking Soft Tissue Tumors
    • Jason Hornick - Cellular Neurothecoma and Plexiform Fibrohistiocytic Tumor
    • Jason Hornick - Epithelioid Sarcoma and Related Entities
    10:00-10:30 AM Coffee Break 

    10:30 AM-12:30 PM Didactic Session IX: HotTopics: Precision Oncology and Pathology Laboratory Practice: Next Gene Sequencing, Targeted Therapies and PD1 Staining
    • Stephen Lyle - Next Gene Sequencing
    • Michael Tetzlaff - Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors
    • Faculty - Q&A
    12:30-2:00 PM Lunch Break (on your own)

    2:00-4:00 PM Didactic Session X: Hot Topics: Update on Melanoma and Merkel Cell Carcinoma
    • Michael Tetzlaff - Update on Spitz Tumors and Blue Nevi
    • Artur Zembowicz - Update on Pigmented Epithelioid Melanocytoma
    • Michael Tetzlaff - Update on Merkel Cell Carcinoma
    • Artur Zembowicz - Concluding Remarks

    Tuition: 

    Physician Attendee Entire 3 day Course:

    • Early Registration Fee $995 (deadline 3/30/2017)
    • Full Fee $1100

    Physician-In-Training, Entire 3 day Course:

    • Early Registration Fee $695 (with complimentary receptions)
    • (deadline 3/30/2017)
    • Full Fee $770

    Physician-In-Training Discount:

    We set aside a limited number of significantly discounted admissions for physicians-in-training (residents and fellows).  These admissions will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.  In order to qualify for the discounted fees you need to present proof of being in training at registration.

    Refund/Cancellation Policy: 

    A refund will be issued if requested on or before March 20, 2017.  Refunds are issued in the full amount, less a $50.00 processing fee.  After the deadline, only the credits towards tuition for future courses amounting to 50% of the course fee will be offered.  All refunds must be requested in writing or by email. 

    CME Credits:

    Approved for 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s), (and up to 25 Credits for those participating in optional small group microscopic sessions). Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Faculty disclosures will be listed in the Course Handout.

    American Board of Pathology Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs):

    Dermpedia has been approved by the American Board of Pathology to provide Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs). SAMs are a specific form of Category 1 CME required by the ABP as part of its Maintenance of Certification Program.  A self-assessment post-test -- with defined acceptable performance and timely feedback will be available and is required to obtain SAMs credit.  

    10 SAMs will be offered.

    Exhibitors:

    To preserve the ambience of the course only a limited number of exhibitors will be allowed to present their services or products.  Each exhibiting company will be provided with one 6 feet x 30 inches (or 16 inches, if requested) table and free power outlet.  The tables may be located in the breakout/coffee break area, allowing ample opportunity to interact with the participants and faculty. The area will be the social center of the course.  

    The exhibitor's fee includes registration, participation in our official Course Reception and coffee breaks for two representatives.  The exhibitors are eligible for any discounts available to students.  The exhibitors will be asked to set up their displays according to the Hyatt policy.  The exhibitors are responsible for all the costs of set up and transportation.  The floor hours are Thursday and Friday from 7:00am - 5:00pm and Saturday from 7:00am - 1:00pm. 

    In order to apply, send an email to Margaret K. Cho at courses@dermpedia.org and specify: 

    1. Company name
    2. Company address
    3. Brief Description of Products/Services
    4. Contact Person (name, address, email, telephone, fax)
    5. Number of Representatives

     

    Online registration available soon 

    Area amenities include: 

    Optional Activities at the Venue

    (not part of the course, but available through the hotel):    

    Marilyn Monroe Spa   4th floor Pool and Whirlpool
    Golf Hyatt Rooftop Tennis

     

    Some Additional Area Attractions:

     San Diego Zoo

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    Seaport Village
    Seaport Village

     

    Address: 
    Street:
    1 Market Place
    City:
    San Diego
    ,
    Province:
    California
    Country:
    United States

    Cases associated with this event:

  • Case 31 (Is this even a real diagnosis?)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 32 (Is your diagnosis on target?)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 33 (A mass on the hand... how bad is it?)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 34 (A post-auricular violaceous nodule)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 35 (A patient with myeloma)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Online Only Case 2 (Not Kaposi sarcoma)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 36 (15 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 37A (16 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 37B (17 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 38 (18 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 39 (20 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 40 (19 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 20 (TB2)
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 41 ( )
    Author: Prof Richard A Scolyer BMedSci MBBS MD FRCPA FRCPath

    Conference: Sydney Melanoma Group cases
  • Case 21 (TB3)
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 42 ( )
    Author: Prof Richard A Scolyer BMedSci MBBS MD FRCPA FRCPath

    Conference: Sydney Melanoma Group cases
  • Case 22 ( )
    Author: Prof Richard A Scolyer BMedSci MBBS MD FRCPA FRCPath

    Conference: Sydney Melanoma Group cases
  • Case 43 (JLH26: A skin nodule on the thigh of a 19-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 23 ( )
    Author: Prof Richard A Scolyer BMedSci MBBS MD FRCPA FRCPath

    Conference: Sydney Melanoma Group cases
  • Case 24 ( )
    Author: Prof Richard A Scolyer BMedSci MBBS MD FRCPA FRCPath

    Conference: Sydney Melanoma Group cases
  • Case 25 ( )
    Author: Prof Richard A Scolyer BMedSci MBBS MD FRCPA FRCPath

    Conference: Sydney Melanoma Group cases
  • Online Only Case1 (TB14)
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 26 (A nodule on a young man)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 27 (A desmin positive tumor in a child)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 28 (A finger nodule)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • TB8.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 29 (I thought this was a bone tumor)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • TB9.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • TB12.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • TB11.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • TB7.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 76A (JLH14: A thigh nodule in a 46-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 76B (JLH13: An arm nodule in a 28-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • TB21.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 50 (Multiple painful nodules)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 77 (JLH15: A mass on the finger of a 41-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 51 (The white whale of fatty tumors)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • TB23.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 78 (JLH16: A thigh mass in a 65-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • TB17.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 52 (Paradox)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 79A (JLH18: A finger nodule in a 19-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 79B (JLH17: A chest mass in a 77-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • TB20.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 53 (A lump on the back of the neck)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 54 (Usually a renal mass)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 80 (JLH19: A hand nodule in a 41-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • TB19.2017
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Online Only Case 2 (Case 6 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 81 (A misnamed tumor)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Online Only Case 1 (Subcutaneous mass on posterior neck of 55-year-old man)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 82 (An infiltrative lesion in the dermis/subcutis)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Online Only Case 2 (An unusual fatty tumor in an infant)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Online Only Case 3 (Case 8 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 83 (JLH20: A mass on the hand of a 20-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 55 (11 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Online Only Case 4 (Case 9 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 84 (JLH21: A groin mass in a 67-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Online Only Case 5 (Case 10 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 56 (12 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 85 (JLH22: Multiple nodules on the leg of a 21-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 64 (21 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 57 (13 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Online Only Case 6 (Case 7 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 86 (JLH24: A finger nodule in a 5-year-old girl)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 5 (JLH1: A groin mass in a 8-month old male infant)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 65 (22 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 58 (14 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 6 (JLH2: A nodule on the index finger of a 6-month old female infant)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 87 (25 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 66 (23 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 7 (JLH3: A neck mass in a 12-year-old boy)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 88 (26 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 67 (24 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 68 (JLH6: A thigh tumor in a 65-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 8 (JLH4: A shoulder mass in a 7-year-old boy)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 89 (27 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 69 (JLH7: A nodule on the chest of a 38-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 9 (JLH5: A large forearm mass in a 10-month old male infant)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 70 (JLH8: A nodule on the finger of a 32-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 10 (An arm mass in a middle aged man)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 71A (JLH10: A large thigh mass in a 70-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 71B (JLH9: A painless nodule on the leg of a 58-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 11 (Thigh mass)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 72A (JLH12: A thigh mass in a 19-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 72B (JLH11: A foot mass in a 42-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 12 (A diagnosis not to be missed)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 13 (A rosette by any other name)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 73 An unexpected clear cell tumor
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 74 It is not as bad as it looks
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 14 (The finger)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 75 A hard case
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference