FADDV 2012.4.3 hematoma?

    A 26-year-old man had a tender skin nodule on his left 3rd toe for several weeks. The clinical impression is fibrosis and an excisional biopsy was done.

    FADDV 2012.4.2 what kind of the cyst?

    A 39-year-old woman had a hard tender subcutaneous nodule on her upper arm for 1 month. The clinical impression is pilomatricoma.

    FADDV 2012.4.1 trichoepithelioma or basal cell carcinoma?

    A 55-year-old woman had a skin-colored asymptomatic papule on her nose for several months. The clinical impression is basal cell carcinoma and the lesion was excized.

    20 year-old male with lesions since childhood

    Pt has had progressively worsening lesions since childhood.  Exam reveals involvement of the torso, axilla, palms, and fingernails.  

    50 year-old female with hypopigmented lesions

    Pt presented with several month h/o non-scaling, hypopigmented patches with seripiginous borders.  No induration noted on exam. 

    Pt had previously tried 1 month of ketoconazole and intermittent topical clobetasol with continued growth of lesions.  

    91 year-old female with a flare of rheumatoid arthritis and cutaneous lesions.

    A 91 year-old woman with a history of rheumatoid arthritis presented to the ER  with a flare of arthritic symptoms and multiple erythematous papules/nodules with slightly necrotic appearing center on extensor surfaces of elbows, thighs and buttocs. A biopsy was performed.

    42 year-old female with a recurrent itchy macule on her vulva.

    42 year-old female presented to a gynecologist with recurrent itchy macule on her vulva. Clinical considerations included VIN and psoriasis. A biopsy was performed.


    A 56 year-old female with painful red ears and acquired aortic valve insufficiency

    A 56 year-old female with painful red ears and acquired aortic valve insufficiency. The biopsy was performed to evaluate for a possible relapsing polychondritis.


    Pleomorphic cutaneous neoplasm with positive MITF

    The patient was a 78 year old male with a "slowly growing lesion on the forehead". 

    The case was submitted for consultation to confirm a diagnosis of melanoma made based on histological features and positive MITF immunohistochemical stain.


    Dr. Brinster: Ectopic hamartomatous meningioma

    Multiple choice question

    A 10 year old girl has an area of alopecia on the mid-line of the scalp. Excsional biopsy shows:

    The best diagnosis is:

    Dr. Brinster: Interstitial granulomas

    Multiple choice question

    A 42 year old woman presents with annular, erythematous plaques on the trunk and extremities.

    Which histological feature best supports the possibility of underlying systemic condition?

    Dr. Brinster: Localized myxedema

    Multiple choice question

    Which of the following factors does not play a role in the pathogenesis of localized myxedema?

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    Dr. Magro: The Borderline DPN Tumor

    Multiple choice question

    •The term was originally proposed in Magro et al in  The dermal based borderline melanocytic proliferation. JAAD 2010
    •There is a female predominance with mean age of presentation being  36 years
    •Most common sites: face, forearm and  upper  back
    •The most common morphologic expression is one resembling a deep penetrating nevus but with enhanced cytologic and architectural  atypia including  marginal mitotic activity hence warranting its designation as a borderline tumor
    •While cytogenetic testing may be normal untreated these lesions can under morphologic progression to overt plexiform melanoma.  

    Background lesion of DPN; confluent growth superficially and within the mid dermis Nodular extension into fat

    Which of the following statements I true (only one answer is correct)?

    Dr. Lyle: Muir-Torre syndrome and mis-smatch gene repair analysis: why, when, how

    Multiple choice question

    A 47 year old woman has a papular lesion the back

    Dr. Ioffreda: Acneiform eruptions from EGFR inhibitors

    Multiple choice question

    Epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) inhibitors are a class of chemotherapeutic agents used in the treatment of carcinoma of the breast, colon, ovary, and non-small cell of the lung.  A common cutaneous side effect is an acneiform cutaneous eruption involving the face, back, and chest.

    Which of the following is FALSE regarding the cutaneous side effects of EGFR inhibitors?

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