Classic Example

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    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Atypical proliferative nodule in a congenital nevus Case
    Hypopigmented mycosis fungoides Case
    Case 49 (TB4) Case
    Dermatomyositis Case
    Solitary circumscribed neuroma Case
    Another example of lichen sclerosus Case
    Desmoplastic Spitz nevus Case
    Lichen planus atrophicus Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session I Lecture #1 Case 1 Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session II Lecture #7 Case Vignettes 11 Case
    Case 2 Case
    Cutaneous lymphoma- often a difficult clinical diagnosis Case
    Lentigo simplex Case
    Leishmaniasis Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session II Lecture #8 Case Vignettes 1 Case
    Atypical Spitz nevus Case
    Case 9 (JLH5: A large forearm mass in a 10-month old male infant) Case
    Palisading Granuloma Annulare Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Atypical nevus of head and neck Case
    Spindle cell lipoma Case
    Probably the most commonly misdiagnosed dermatosis. Case
    Natural history of clonal seborrheic keratosis Case
    Pityrosporum folliculitis Case
    Rheumatoid nodule Case
    Alopecia mucinosa Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session X Case Vignette 65 Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Syringotropic melanoma Case
    Hematopathology Course 2014 Werner Kempf: Primary cutaneous follicle center lymphoma (PCFCL) - follicular growth pattern Case
    Atypical pigmented lesion from the patient with Carney Complex Case
    Case 32 (Is your diagnosis on target?) Case
    Pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma Case
    Conjunctival nevus Case
    Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session I Lecture #1 Case 6 Case
    A 56 year-old female with painful red ears and acquired aortic valve insufficiency Case
    52 year old male with annular plaques Case
    Young man with a pigmened lesion on the foot Case
    Congenital nevus Case
    Sporotrichosis Case
    A 63-year old man with an erythematous ulcerated perianal lesion persisting for two years Case
    Halo nevus with regression Case
    Case 20 (TB2) Case
    Pseudopelade of Broque Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Atypical Fibroxanthoma Case
    Case 12 Case
    Case 11 Case
    Tinea Case
    Granular cell tumor Case
    Deep penetrating nevus Case
    Amyloidosis Case
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