Dr. Ioffreda: Discoid lupus erythematosus

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    Question provided by Dr. Michael D. Ioffreda, M.D.

    Which of the following histologic features favors lupus alopecia over lichen planopilaris?


     

    Dr. Ioffreda: Frontal fibrosis alopecia

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    Question provided by Dr. Michael D. Ioffreda, M.D.

     

    Which of the following statements regarding frontal fibrosing alopecia is FALSE?


     

    Dr. Ioffreda: Lichen planopilaris

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    Question provided by Dr. Michael D. Ioffreda, M.D.

    What is the best diagnosis?



    Dr. Ioffreda: Trichodysplasia of immunosuppression

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    Question provided by Dr. Michael D. Ioffreda, M.D.

    Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding trichodysplasia of immunosuppression?

     

    Dr. Ioffreda: Rare alopecias: Vitamin D resistant rickets

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    Question provided by Dr. Michael D. Ioffreda, M.D.

    Which of the following statements regarding atrichia with papular lesions is FALSE?

    Dr. Ioffreda: Alopecia in horizontal sections

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    Question provided by Dr. Michael D. Ioffreda, M.D.

     

    Which of the following is NOT considered to be an advantage of evaluating alopecia biopsies by horizontal sections?

     


     

    Dr. Ioffreda: In Paraneoplastic Autoimmune Mult...

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    Question provided by Dr. Michael D. Ioffreda, M.D.

     

    In Paraneoplastic Autoimmune Multiorgan Syndrome (PAMS),(illustrated below) histopathology of a skin biopsy may resemble all of the following EXCEPT:

     


     

    Dr. Gown: Skin biopsy from elderly male patient...

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    Question provided by Dr. Alan Gown, M.D.

    Skin biopsy from elderly male patient with 3 cm nodule on left temple. The features do not resemble any of the skin primary carcinomas and you consider a cutaneous metastasis.

     Based on the results of immunohistochemical pannel illustrated below What is the most likely primary site of this this patient’s tumor? 

     


    Dr. Barnhill: The image below is from 65 year-o...

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    Question provided by Dr. Raymond Barnhill, M.D.

    Dr. Barnhill: The image below is from 65 year-old man with firm lesion on vertex of scalp (sun-exposed).

     

     


     

    Most appropriately you consider a diagnosis of desmoplastic melanoma. Which of the following additional features will be the most helpful to establish this lesion as desmoplastic melanoma. Please choose the most accurate answer below:

    Dr. Barnhill: Spitz nevus and atypical Spitz nevus

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    Question provided by Dr. Raymond Barnhill, M.D.

    37 year-old female with lesion on buttock

     

    Please choose the most accurate statement about this lesion below:

     

    Dr. Rabkin: Classification and grading of atypia in melanocytic nevi.

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    Question provided by Dr. Michael Rabkin, M.D., Ph.D.

    You review two lesions, each with the histological features seen in the following 3 photomicrographs:

     

    In patient A, these features are representative of a lesion measuring 3 mm in diameter.  In patient B, they are representative of a lesion measuring 1 cm in diameter.  You have no other information about the patient.  On the basis of this histology and the available information, what can we say about these patient’s melanoma risk?

     

    American Board of Pathology SAM from 2012 Dermpedia CME Course

    Questions:50
    Attempts allowed:5
    Opens:08/28/2012 - 00:00
    Closes:04/30/2014 - 00:00
    Pass rate:75 %
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    Everybody can take the test but only participants of 2012 Course: Melanoma Update, Critical & Urgent Diagnoses and Alopecia  should claim American Board of Pathology Maintainance of Certification Self-Assessment Credits (SAMs). SAMs are provided by Community Medical Centers in Fresno, CA. 

     

     

    Community Medical Centers 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.

    The test questions cover 10 hours of instruction at the Course, so successful participants can claim 10 SAM Credits.

    All questions are based on the presentations delivered at the Course included in Course Materials. If you have not downloaded the Course Materials yet, the are available from www.dermatopathologyconsultations.com/education

    70% of questions must be answered correctly in order to claim the credit.

    Please review the questions carefully and review your notes and the Course Materials before answering each question as only 5 attempts will be allowed. 

    Number of Questions: 50
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    Dr. Rabkin's Conference

    Michael S. Rabkin, M.D., Ph.D. is the owner and director of Rabkin Dermatopathology Laboratory, P.C. in Tarentum, Pennsylvania.  Dr. Rabkin graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1976, and received his M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina in 1984.  He then trained in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at the University of Utah, where he worked with Dr.

    Cases associated with this conference:

  • Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session II Lecture #8 Case Vignettes 1
    Author: Michael Rabkin M.D., Ph.D.

  • Dr. Gerami's Conference

    Pedram Gerami is currently an Associate Professor of Dermatology, Pathology and Pediatrics at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and the Co-Director of melanoma research at the Northwestern Skin Cancer Institute. His interests include the utilization of clinical, histological and molecular diagnostic methods to optimize diagnostic accuracy and best predict the behavior of melanocytic neoplasms. As a clinical dermatologist, he primarily cares for patients with melanoma or atypical nevi.

    Cases associated with this conference:

  • Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session I Lecture #1 Case 2
    Author: Pedram Gerami MD

  • Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session I Lecture #1 Case 1
    Author: Pedram Gerami MD

  • Didactic Session X: Varia

    Session End: 
    04/13/2013 - 16:00

     

     

    Didactic Session IX: Nevi

    Session End: 
    04/13/2013 - 12:30

     

    Didactic Session VIII: Update on histologically ambiguous melanocytic lesions: promise and pitfalls.

    Session End: 
    04/13/2013 - 10:00

    Lectures

    • (R. Scolyer) Melanoma Field: Where we are and where we are going
    • (C. Magro) Borderline Melanocytic Tumors
    • (A. Zembowicz) Diagnostic Adjuncts in Diagnosis of Melanocytic Proliferations

     

    Didactic Session VII: A teaching point short presentations

    Session End: 
    04/12/2013 - 18:30

    The faculty will present short presentation illustrating one important and practical teaching point.


    Didactic Session VI: Tumors with neural differentiation and other lesions

    Session End: 
    04/12/2013 - 17:00

    Lectures:

     

    Cases associated with this session:

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

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    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.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 77 (JLH15: A mass on the finger of a 41-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 78 (JLH16: A thigh mass in a 65-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 79A (JLH18: A finger nodule in a 19-year-old woman)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    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.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 80 (JLH19: A hand nodule in a 41-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 81 (A misnamed tumor)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 82 (An infiltrative lesion in the dermis/subcutis)
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 83 (JLH20: A mass on the hand of a 20-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 84 (JLH21: A groin mass in a 67-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 85 (JLH22: Multiple nodules on the leg of a 21-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 86 (JLH24: A finger nodule in a 5-year-old girl)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 87 (25 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 88 (26 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 89 (27 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Didactic Session V: Smooth muscle, perivascular chondroid tumors

    Session End: 
    04/12/2013 - 14:30

     

    Cases associated with this session:

  • Case 59 (TB9)
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 60 (TB10)
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 61 (TB11)
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 62 (TB12)
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 63 (TB13)
    Author: Thomas Brenn MD, PhD

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Edinburgh Dermatopathology Conference
  • Case 64 (21 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 65 (22 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 66 (23 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Thomas Mentzel Conference
  • Case 67 (24 TM)
    Author: Thomas Mentzel M.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    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.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 69 (JLH7: A nodule on the chest of a 38-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    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.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 71A (JLH10: A large thigh mass in a 70-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    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.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 72A (JLH12: A thigh mass in a 19-year-old man)
    Author: Jason L. Hornick M.D., Ph.D.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    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.

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Jason Hornick's Conference
  • Case 73 An unexpected clear cell tumor
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 74 It is not as bad as it looks
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
  • Case 75 A hard case
    Author: Dr. Steven D. Billings

    Event: 2017 Dermpedia Course: Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors
    Conference: Dr. Steve Billings Conference
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