Diagnostic Pitfall

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    Aggressive digital papillary adenoma/adenocarcinoma Case
    Alopecia mucinosa or folliculotropic CTCL? Case
    Nevoid melanoma Case
    A suprising finding on a biopsy to rule out basal cell carcinoma. Case
    Involvement of eccrine duct by a melanocytic nevus does not imply malignancy. Case
    Tee case Case
    A challenging case and common diagnostic pitfall: SCC or sebaceous carcinoma? Case
    Case for 2018 Dermpedia Course: Thought to be case of discoid lupus erythematosus Case
    test Case
    Lesion often clinically and histologically confused with hemangioma Case
    89 year old with suspected recurrent sebaceous CA Case
    Desmoplastic Tricholemmoma (diagnostic pitfall) Case
    Hematopathology Course 2014 Werner Kempf: Benign intravascular atypical CD30+ T-cell proliferation Case
    Drug Associated Reversible Granulomatous T cell dyscrasia Case
    Case for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference: Large B Cell Lymphoma: Are you sure? Case
    A diagnostic pitfall Case
    Case for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference. Leukemia cutis? Case
    Diagnostic pitfall: a mimic of melanoma or Spitz nevus Case
    An 18 years old female presented with one year history of progressing intermittent shortness of breath, joint pain and swelling, photosensitivity, fatigue, and non- scarring alopecia started with the frontal hairline, eyebrows, and eyelash Case
    Back lesion; history of hidradenoma Case
    Metastatic Signet-Ring Melanoma Masquerading as Obstructive Pneumonia Case
    Case for 2018 Dermpedia Course. blisters with acantholysis? Case
    Case 12 Case
    Potential diagnostic pitfall in an immunocompromised patient Case
    Case for 2018 Dermpedia Course: Diagnostic Pitfall: Sebaceous atrophy in this alopecia should not be interpreted as loss of sebaceous glands Case
    Pseudolymphoma Case
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