Classic Example

    Title Type
    Amelanotic cellular blue nevus Case
    Cutaneous metastasis- the value of immunohistochemistry Case
    A painful foot. Reminds me of Henry VIII Case
    Teenager who refuses to take his shirt off in public Case
    A 13-year-old boy with a history of Carney Complex and a pigmented lesion Case
    Recurrent metastatic vulvar tumor previously diagnosed as poorly different squamous cell carcinoma in a 78 year-old woman Case
    A 36 year old healthy woman with a non-healing ulceration on the cheek Case
    Pigmented lesion on right neck Case
    Rapidly growing squamous tumor Case
    28 year old diabetic male with erosions and history of skin fragiligy Case
    Infant boy with a skin colored nodule on the left lower medial eyelid Case
    Classic pernio Case
    Classic pityriasis lichenoides and varioliformis acuta (PLEVA) Case
    Eythematous papule with incidental wood splinter with dematiaceous fungus Case
    42 year-old man with tightening of neck and upper back Case
    og_public error Case
    Case 49 (TB4) Case
    Online Only Case 2 (A rock hard lesion in a young girl) Case
    Online Only Case 1: A palm mass on a 12-year-old girl Case
    Case 48 (TB8) Case
    Case 46 (TB7) Case
    San Diego 2016 Conference, Session VIII, case 5 Case
    San Diego 2016 Conference, Session VIII, case 1 Case
    Another example of macular arteritis: emerging entity not to be confused with polyarteritis nodosa Case
    Persistent plaque after nitrogen mustard treatment of mycosis fungoides Case
    A 65 year old male with palpable temporal artery and sudden loss of vision. Case
    Golfer's vasculitis: an unusual variant of localized vasculitis. Case
    Buruli/Bairnsdale Ulcer Case
    Case 1 for Arizona 2015 Case
    Drug-induced ulcers with hyalinizing vasculopathy Case
    A 51 y.o. Thai-American women with occasionally symptomatic cutaneous "cysts" Case
    40-year-old woman with an erythymatous plaque on lower back,resistent to topical therapy Case
    Scottsdale 2015 Case 5: Lyme disease or not? Case
    Scottsdale 2015 Case 4: A 26 year old male with “flu symptoms and a rash” Case
    Scottsdale Case 3: Infection Masquerading as A Tumor Case
    Scottsdale 2015 Case 2: Infection or Pyodermal Gangrenosum Case
    2015 Scottsdale Case 1: 24 y. o. basketball player with mildly symptomatic bilateral groin rash Case
    Scottsdale Case #11 Case
    Scottsdale Case #10 Case
    Scottsdale Case #9 Case
    Scottsdale Case #8 Case
    Scottsdale Case #6 Case
    Scottsdale Case #5 Case
    Scottsdale Case #2 Case
    Scottsdale Case #1 Case
    36 year old male with annular erythematous plaques on the bilateral arms and hips Case
    47 year old female with mutliple evolving ulcerations and nonhealing wounds Case
    56 year old female with orbital swelling and a mass Case
    Case 5 Case
    Case 2 Case
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