Classic Example

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    Nummular dermatitis Case
    Clear cell acanthoma Case
    Cutaneous blastomycosis Case
    Early invasive melanoma Case
    Case 31 (Is this even a real diagnosis?) Case
    47 year old woman with generalized annular rash Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Cutaneous myoepithelioma Case
    Pityriasis versicolor Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session VII Lecture 15 Case 1 Case
    Large acrochordon (skin tag) Case
    angiosarcoma Case
    Pemphigus Vulgaris Case
    Pityriasis rosea Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session IV Case Vignette 7 Case
    Spitz tumor (borderline lesion) Case
    Case 18 (In USA there are around 250 new cases of this entity each year) Case
    Probably the most commonly misdiagnosed dermatosis. Case
    Natural history of clonal seborrheic keratosis Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Atypical Fibroxanthoma Case
    Case 11 Case
    Tinea Case
    Pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma Case
    Atrophie blanche Case
    Erythema nodosum Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session III Case Vignette 4a Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session V Case Vignette 17 Case
    A childhood disease in an adult Case
    Case 1 Case
    Spongiotic pityriasis rosea Case
    Lichen sclerosus Case
    Ruptured epidermal inclusion cyst Case
    54 year-old HIV-positive male with upper back thickenning. Case
    Online Only Case 5 (Case 10 TM) Case
    Superficial Angiomyxoma Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case: Osteogenic Melanoma Case
    Blue nevus Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session VIII Case Vignette 44 Case
    Fulminant cryptococcosis involving bacillary angiomatosis an AIDS patient Case
    Cystic Eyelid Lesion Case
    Pemphigus vulgaris Case
    Eosinophilic fasciitis Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session III Case Vignette 5 Case
    Lichen nitidus Case
    Case 23 ( ) Case
    Primary cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Subungual invasive melanoma Case
    Sebaceous adenoma as a clue to Muir-Torre syndrome Case
    70 year old woman with recent travel history to Belize presents with a lesion on the forehead. Case
    Example of Psoriasis Case
    Scleredema Case
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