Lahey Clinic Dermatology Grand Rounds 11/19/2008

    Event Date: 
    Wed, 11/19/2008 - 15:00 - 16:00

    Lahey Clinic Dermatology Ground Rounds will be held on Wednesday Nov 19, at 20 Wall Street, 2nd floor dermatology waiting room at 4:05 pm . If you have questions you can call Janet at 781-744-8444.

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    Cases associated with this event:

  • 69 y/o female with longstanding h/o atopic dermatitis with severe flares
    Author: Artur Zembowicz M.D. Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Z's Consultations
  • 67 years old woman with pigmented rash
    Author: Artur Zembowicz M.D. Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Z's Consultations
  • 44 year old male with acute onset alopecia
    Author: Sarita Nori

    Conference: Dr. Z's Consultations
  • Case 49 (TB4)

    57 year old female with a purple-red plaque on the left side of the chest wall. PMH: Breast carcinoma treated with wide local excision and radiation.

    Online Only Case 3 (Brittle bones and a small subcutaneous mass)

    A 30-year-old patient presented with a pathologic hip fracture and osteomalcia.  A physical exam also discovered a small subcutaneous mass on the arm.

     

    Case 48 (TB8)

    60 year old female with a small papule on the left breast. PMH of breast carcinoma treted with wide local excision and radiation, 6 years previously.

    Case 30 (Something unexpected)

    A 31 year-old man presented with a nodular lesion on the arm.

     

     

    The case was discussed at the 2013 Dermpedia Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors and Melanoma Update in Scottsdale, AZ

     

    Case 29 (I thought this was a bone tumor)

    27-year-old woman with a firm subcutaneous nodule on the forearm.

     

     

    The case was discussed at the 2013 Dermpedia Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors and Melanoma Update in Scottsdale, AZ

     

    BAPoma cases series n°2

    Young aduld. Down syndrome.

    Lower back, relapse of a lesion in a scar of a former nevus resection.

    A previously healthy 32 years old man, originally from Ethiopia, presented with fever, rash and neuropathy

    Clinical History

    A previously healthy 32 years old male, originally from Ethiopia, presented to our hospital with fever, rash, and neuropathy. The patient reported a 4 years history of paresthesia which started in his feet and progressed up his legs and bilateral upper extremities. He also complained of worsening weakness and weight loss. He denied any personal or family history of autoimmune disease, but did report that his mother had very similar symptoms, beginning in her 30s. 

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    Amazing example of muticentric reticulohistiocytoma

    56 year old female with recent onset skin rash on aral sites and joint pain.

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    Classic example of discoid lupus erythematosus in an unusual location

    The patient was a 47 year old male with a long-standing patch of alopecia behind left year. 4 mm punch biopsy was submitted with "r/o discoid LE" as suspected clinical diagnosis

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