Classic Example

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    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session VIII Case Vignette 41 Case
    Hematopathology Course 2014 Werner Kempf: Cutaneous CD4-positive small/medium-sized lymphoma Case
    Warty lesions on the leg Case
    Onychomycosis Case
    TB8.2017 Case
    Case 7 (KJF) scapula mass Case
    Nummular dermatitis Case
    Linear IgA bullous dermatosis Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Mitotically active nevus Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session IV Lecture #11 Case 3 Case
    Scottsdale Case #10 Case
    Recurrent rash in a patient with known pemphigus foliaceous Case
    Lichenoid drug eruption Case
    Deep Penetrating Nevus Case
    Lichen nitidus Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session III Case Vignette 1 Case
    Case 8 (JLH4: A shoulder mass in a 7-year-old boy) Case
    Case for 2018 Dermpedia Course: A very common biopsy: rule out vasculitis Case
    Leg deformity- the perils of going barefoot, mostly in the jungle! Case
    Axillary granular keratosis Case
    Reactive perforating collagenosis Case
    M 70, resident in a nursing home, extremely pruritic skin rash, trunk and legs. Case
    Secondary Cutaneous Plasmacytoma in the Setting of Multiple Myeloma Case
    2016 San Diego Conference, Didactic Session X, Case 1 Case
    Another example of lichen sclerosus Case
    Case 11 Case
    Pilomatrixoma Case
    Plasmacytosis mucosae (Zoon's balanitis) Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session VII Case Vignette 34 Case
    Case for 2014 Dermpedia Hematopathology Conference: Large Lymphoma: What type? Case
    Case 13 Case
    A 50 years old woman with two subcutaneous neck nodules Case
    Pagetoid Reticulosis presenting as a single small scaly plaque on the foot Case
    Case 14 (The finger) Case
    Case 12 (KJF): vulvar mass Case
    Spongiotic pityriasis rosea Case
    Botryomycosis Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Basomelanocytic tumor Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session I Lecture #1 Case 4 Case
    Scottsdale 2015 Case 4: A 26 year old male with “flu symptoms and a rash” Case
    Bullous pemphigoid Case
    Erythema nodosum Case
    Inverse psoriasis Case
    Apocrine hidrocystoma Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session V Case Vignette 18 Case
    Case 18 (In USA there are around 250 new cases of this entity each year) Case
    A submucosal lesion of the tongue Case
    Pigmented lesion, possibly melanoma Case
    Primary cutaneous marginal zone B-cell lymphoma Case
    Neuroma Case
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