Challenging Case

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    Childhood lesion Case
    Childhood lesion Case
    CD4/CD8 double-negative early-stage mycosis fungoides associated with primary cutaneous follicular center lymphoma Case
    Case for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference: Large Cell Lymphoma: What type? Case
    Case for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference. What kind of papulonecrotic disease is it? Case
    Case for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference. Histiocytoma or neurothekeoma? Case
    Case 9 Case
    Case 9 Case
    case 9 Case
    Case 9 Case
    Case 8 Case
    Case 8 Case
    Case 75 A hard case Case
    Case 74 It is not as bad as it looks Case
    Case 73 An unexpected clear cell tumor Case
    Case 7 Granulomatous dermal infiltrate Case
    Case 7 Case
    Case 7 Case
    Case 6 Case
    Case 6 Case
    Case 6 Case
    Case 6 Case
    Case 54 (Usually a renal mass) Case
    Case 52 (Paradox) Case
    Case 5 P H McKee Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 41 ( ) Case
    Case 4. 62-year-old woman with a four-month history of periorbital, truncal and extensor violaceous erythema and muscle weakness Case
    Case 4 P H McKee Case
    Case 4 Case
    Case 4 Case
    Case 30 (Something unexpected) Case
    Case 3 P H McKee Case
    Case 3 for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference. Case
    Case 3 Case
    Case 3 Case
    Case 3 Case
    Case 29 (I thought this was a bone tumor) Case
    Case 27 (A desmin positive tumor in a child) Case
    Case 2 Bi-temporal hair loss in 9 year old boy Case
    Case 2 Case
    Case 2 Case
    Case 2 Case
    Case 16 (A Childhood Tumor in an Adult) Case
    Case 11 Case
    Case 10 Case
    Case 1 Case
    Borderline melanocytic tumor (MELTUMP) Case
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