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Featured Article
Follicular Warty Dyskeratoma
What is this tumor that presented as a scaly nodule in this 47 year old man?

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November 18th, 2008


I hope you found the previous Clinical Mock Dermatology Boards helpful. Here is an additional presentation:

Bacterial Infections and Infectious Dermatologic Emergencies

You may access other clinical Dermatology presentations by clicking on the Clinical Dermatology Reviews on the Quick Links.
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Didactic Session
AGEP Cutaneous Drug Reactions (Weedon Chapter 20)

Cutaneous drug reactions comprise one of the largest categories of skin diseases, seen clinically and under the microscope. To the right is the characteristic histopathology of acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP).
Unknown Slide Reviews
Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma Unknown Slide Review Part 28

Test your diagnostic acumen with this review of interesting cases from this past week's signout.

What is this tumor that in spite of its very pleomorphic cytologic  appearance, has a relatively good prognosis if limited to the skin but a horrible outcome if arising in a lymph node or visceral organ and has spread to the skin?
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Paul K. Shitabata, M.D.
Dermatopathology Institute of LA BioMed