Classic Example

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    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session II Lecture #7 Case Vignettes 1 Case
    Annular plaques with central necrosis, and oral mucosa involvement Case
    Case 1 Case
    Scottsdale 2011 Melanoma Course Case Normal nevus Case
    Erythema nodosum Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session II Lecture 6 Case 2 Case
    Right cheek lesion, 12-year-old girl Case
    Case 33 (A mass on the hand... how bad is it?) Case
    GAMMA DELTA T CELL LYMPHOMA INVOLVING THE SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE Case
    Trichoepithelioma with amyloid Case
    Gyrate erythema Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session IX Case Vignette 50 Case
    Recurrent rash in a patient with known pemphigus foliaceous Case
    Pseudopelade of Brocq Case
    Neurofibroma Case
    Nevus with pseudovascular spaces Case
    Case 25 ( ) Case
    Negative biopsy to rule out Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis Case
    Kaposi sarcoma, nodular stage Case
    Tinea capitis Case
    A 68 year old man with renal failure and multiple necrotic ulcers and nodules Case
    Case 5 Case
    Tuberculosis verrucosa cutis Case
    Follicular degeneration syndrome Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session VII Case Vignette 34 Case
    Case 13 Case
    Recurrent cutaneous T cell lymphoma (mycosis fungoides) Case
    FIBROUS PAPULE Case
    Nummular dermatitis Case
    Clear cell acanthoma Case
    Cutaneous blastomycosis Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session II Lecture #7 Case Vignettes 3 Case
    Very rarely this condition may progress to mycosis fungoides 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
    Neuroma Case
    Case 87 (25 TM) Case
    angiosarcoma Case
    Pemphigus Vulgaris Case
    Pityriasis rosea Case
    Scottsdale 2012 Didactic Session IV Case Vignette 7 Case
    Classic pernio Case
    Another case masquerading as a pilomatix carcinoma Case
    Gout Case
    A 49-year old woman with long-standing dozens of individual and coalescing dark pink-violet papules and nodules on her lower extremities. Case
    A very rare vascular proliferation: reactive, not to be confused with malignant. Case
    Pigmented epithelioid melanocytoma Case
    Atrophie blanche Case
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