Classic Example

    Title Type
    angiosarcoma Case
    Trichoblastoma Case
    Erythema nodosum leprosum as the initial presentation of Hansen's disease Case
    An 89 year old woman with a pigmented lesion on the upper back Case
    Borderline lepromatous leprosy Case
    Staphylococcal pyoderma Case
    Annular elastolytic granuloma (O'Brien) Case
    Lichen planopilaris Case
    Gout Case
    Pigmented basal carcinoma Case
    New scalp lesion in an older gentleman with history of squamous cell carcinomas and radiation treatment Case
    Primary cutaneous CD4+/CD56+ hematodermic neoplasm (blastic NK-cell lymphoma) Case
    Immunocytoma/plasmacytic marginal zone lymphoma Case
    Targetoid hemosiderotic hemangioma (hobnail hemangioma) Case
    Conjuncitval lesion: a picture is worth a thousand words Case
    Typical histology but somewhat unusual age and location Case
    Lesion excised from the left upper arm of a 32 year old man Case
    Rare tumor which may be a marker for Cowden's disease Case
    Subungual nodule of the index finger in a 43 year old woman Case
    Early histological changes in glucagonoma Case
    Warty lesions on the leg Case
    Scalp nodule in an 82 year old man Case
    Papillary Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Skin Case
    Subungual nodule in a 12 year old boy Case
    Sister Mary Joseph nodule - Using the Grimelius stain Case
    Rush biopsy Case
    Purple dermal nodule on the thigh of a 19 year-old-female Case
    Scalp nodule in a three-year-old girl Case
    Stevens Johnson Toxic Epidermal necrolysis overlap triggered by rosewood and ebony exposure Case
    Plasmablastic lymphoma Case
    Value of PASD stain in evaulation of ruptured folliculitis Case
    Interesting pigmented lesion Case
    Superficial spreading melanoma with dermoscopic features Case
    An unusual cause of nasal polyps Case
    Endocrine mucin-producing sweat gland carcinoma Case
    Probably the most commonly misdiagnosed dermatosis. Case
    A 16 years old mapuche girl bitten by a goat kid Case
    Double positive CD4/CD8 Sezary syndrome Under sumbission Case
    Case 1 Case
    Blisters on hands- the condition gave rise to a legend Case
    Pigmented apocrine hamartoma (of the vulva), a new entity or a variant of apocrine hidrocystoma? Case
    Young man with a pigmened lesion on the foot Case
    36 year-old female with a fleshy papule on the left chest below the breast Case
    30-year-old male with one year history of changing nodule on the forehead Case
    Alopecia, Palmoplantar Macules and Penile Lesions in a 22-year old man Case
    Cutaneous lymphoma- often a difficult clinical diagnosis Case
    A 27-year-old male with a skin-colored papule on the left year Case
    Blistering disorder of the elderly Case
    Case 6 Scarring alopecia of frontal hair line Case
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