Challenging Case

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    A mimic of subcutaneous panniculitic T cell lymphoma or a real thing? Case
    A previously healthy 32 years old man, originally from Ethiopia, presented with fever, rash and neuropathy Case
    A rare and frequently misdiagnoses soft tissue tumor Case
    A rare tumor presenting in the skin Case
    A rare variation on a theme Case
    A very rare case Case
    Acute erythema nodosum with early neutrophilic component or a neutrophilic dermatosis? Case
    Acute Infectious Mononucleosis with lymphomatoid features mimicking acute leukemia Case
    Adnexal tumor case Case
    Always a challenging diagnosis Case
    An 18-year-old African American woman with a long history of eczema and increased number of hypopigmented patches. Case
    An 80 years old man with incidentally noticed etythermatous patches and plaques on the face and trunk Case
    An Indurated Plaque in the Right Infraorbital Region Case
    Another "baso/squamo-melanocytic tumor" Case
    anti-P200 pemphigoid Case
    Atypical cellular blue nevus Case
    Atypical nevus of pregnancy Case
    Atypical Spitz vs Melanoma Case
    Basomelanocytic Tumour Case
    Benign eccrine neoplasm Case
    Biopsy submitted to rule out mycosis fungoides Case
    Borderline melanocytic tumor (MELTUMP) Case
    Case 1 Case
    Case 10 Case
    Case 11 Case
    Case 16 (A Childhood Tumor in an Adult) Case
    Case 2 Case
    Case 2 Case
    Case 2 Case
    Case 2 Bi-temporal hair loss in 9 year old boy Case
    Case 20 (KJF): 80 year old, foot mass Case
    Case 27 (A desmin positive tumor in a child) Case
    Case 29 (I thought this was a bone tumor) Case
    Case 3 Case
    Case 3 Case
    Case 3 Case
    Case 3 for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference. Case
    Case 3 P H McKee Case
    Case 4 Case
    Case 4 Case
    Case 4 P H McKee Case
    Case 4. 62-year-old woman with a four-month history of periorbital, truncal and extensor violaceous erythema and muscle weakness Case
    Case 41 ( ) Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 5 P H McKee Case
    Case 52 (Paradox) Case
    Case 54 (Usually a renal mass) Case
    Case 6 Case
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