Classic Example

    Titlesort icon Type
    Lupus panniculitis (lupus profundus) Case
    Lyme disease Case
    Lymphangioma Case
    Lymphomatoid drug reaction Case
    Lymphomatoid papulosis Case
    Lymphomatoid papulosis Case
    M 35, left upper eyelid nodule Case
    M 45, neck, asymptomatic dermal nodule Case
    M 67, left leg, history of prior surgery Case
    M 70, resident in a nursing home, extremely pruritic skin rash, trunk and legs. Case
    M 77, right arm, ill-defined pigmented macule Case
    MAI Case
    Malignant blue nevus Case
    Malignant cellular blue nevus Case
    Melanoacanthoma Case
    Membranous lipodystrophy Case
    Metastatic colonic adenocarcinoma (Sister Mary Joseph nodule) Case
    Microcystic adnexal carcinoma Case
    Mixed tumor of the skin (Chondroid syringoma) Case
    Mongolian spot Case
    Monocytic leukemia (AML M5) Case
    Morphea Case
    Multiple deep papules in a teenager Case
    Mycosis fungoides Case
    Myelomonocytic leukemia (AML M4) Case
    Myxoid liposarcoma Case
    Natural history of clonal seborrheic keratosis Case
    Necrobiosis lipoidica Case
    Necrobiosis lipoidica Case
    Necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum Case
    Negative biopsy to rule out Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis Case
    Neglected melanoma Case
    Nephrogenic dermopathy Case
    Nerve sheath myxoma Case
    Neurofibroma Case
    Neuroma Case
    Nevus lipomatosus Case
    Nevus of Ota Case
    Nevus Sebasceous Case
    Nevus with pseudovascular spaces Case
    New scalp lesion in an older gentleman with history of squamous cell carcinomas and radiation treatment Case
    Nodular fasciitis Case
    Nodular hidradenoma Case
    Nodular melanoma with regression Case
    Norwegian scabies Case
    Not quite a tennis elbow Case
    Nummular dermatitis Case
    Ocular primary acquired melanosis (PAM) Case
    og_public error Case
    Online Only Case 1 (Case 5 TM) Case
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