Didactic Session VI: Critical diagnoses in medical dermatology

    Session End: 
    04/18/2010 - 18:00

    Faculty: Cynthia Magro and Samuel Moschella

    Program:

    1. Presentation: Non-infectious granulomatous dermatitis (Sam Moschella0
    2. Pesentation: "Foreign encounters-clinicopathological correlations in infectious diseases: (Sam Moschella)
    3. Case 3 (Cynthia Magro)
    4. Case 4 (Cynthia Magro)
    5. Case 5 (Cynthia Magro)
    6. Presentation: Cutaneous manfestations of systemic diseases (Cynthia Magro)
    7. Case 6 (Cynthia Magro)
    8. Case 7 (Cynthia Magro)
    9. Case 8 (Cynthia Magro)
    10. Case 9 (Cynthia Magro)
    11. Case 10 (Cynthia Magro)
    12. Case 11 (Cynthia Magro)

    Cases associated with this session:

  • Case 11
    Author: Doctor Cynthia M Magro MD

    Conference: Dr. Cynthia Magro's Conference
  • Case 9
    Author: Doctor Cynthia M Magro MD

    Conference: Dr. Cynthia Magro's Conference
  • Case 8
    Author: Doctor Cynthia M Magro MD

    Conference: Dr. Cynthia Magro's Conference
  • Case 7
    Author: Doctor Cynthia M Magro MD

    Conference: Dr. Cynthia Magro's Conference
  • Case 6
    Author: Doctor Cynthia M Magro MD

    Conference: Dr. Cynthia Magro's Conference
  • Case 10
    Author: Site Admin

    Event: Didactic Session VI: Critical diagnoses in medical dermatology
  • Case 5. 37-year-old woman with peripheral eosinophilia
    Author: Doctor Cynthia M Magro MD

    Event: Didactic Session VI: Critical diagnoses in medical dermatology
    Conference: Dr. Cynthia Magro's Conference
  • Case 4. 62-year-old woman with a four-month history of periorbital, truncal and extensor violaceous erythema and muscle weakness
    Author: Doctor Cynthia M Magro MD

    Event: Didactic Session VI: Critical diagnoses in medical dermatology
    Conference: Dr. Cynthia Magro's Conference
  • Case 3
    Author: Doctor Cynthia M Magro MD

    Event: Didactic Session VI: Critical diagnoses in medical dermatology
    Conference: Dr. Cynthia Magro's Conference
  • Probably the most commonly misdiagnosed dermatosis.
    Author: Artur Zembowicz M.D. Ph.D.

    Conference: Dr. Z's Consultations