Challenging Case

    Title Type
    CD4/CD8 double-negative early-stage mycosis fungoides associated with primary cutaneous follicular center lymphoma Case
    48 year-old female with recently noticed atypical nevus on the tip of the nose Case
    54 year-old male with a problematic combined melanocytic lesion and positive FISH Case
    45 year-old female with mitotically active compound melanocytic proliferation Case
    M 56, left temple mass Case
    M 65, 0.9 cm dome-shaped dark lesion, upper chest. Case
    Small cell syringotropic melanoma, confirmed by FISH Case
    Malignant Blue Nevus vs Malignant Melanoma Case
    Atypical Spitz vs Melanoma Case
    Malignant melanoma with xanthomatous features Case
    Dermpedia Scottsdale 2011 Case: Suspected Pigmented Spindle Cell Nevus with Negative FISH Case
    Dermpedia Scottsdale 2011 Course Case: Juvenile Conjunctival Nevus with False-Positive FISH Case
    Case 11 Case
    Case 9 Case
    Case 8 Case
    Case 7 Case
    Case 6 Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 4 Case
    Case 3 Case
    Case 2 Case
    Case 1 Case
    Case 7 Case
    Case 6 Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 4 Case
    case 9 Case
    Case 8 Case
    Case 6 Case
    Case 2 Case
    Case 5 P H McKee Case
    Case 4 P H McKee Case
    Case 3 P H McKee Case
    Case 6 Case
    Scottsdale Update Conference New Entities Case 2 Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session III Case Vignette 3 Case
    Case 2 Case
    Inflammed keratosis, but what type? Case
    Subcutaneous Hodgkin Lymphoma Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session V Case Vignette 12 Case
    Case 27 (A desmin positive tumor in a child) Case
    Case 74 It is not as bad as it looks Case
    Case 73 An unexpected clear cell tumor Case
    Case 41 ( ) Case
    Case 54 (Usually a renal mass) Case
    Case 52 (Paradox) Case
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