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Consultation Service

  August 2009


Thank you for taking the time to review our newsletter and update yourself in the latest from dermatopathology.

We hope you are enjoying the summer months!

Thank you.
Paul K. Shitabata, M.D.
The Dermatopathology Institute
Unknown Slide Reviews
Trichilemmoma, Desmoplastic Unknown Slide Review Part 30

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

What is this tumor is composed of nests of epithelial cells with mild variation in size and shape, resembles eccrine ducts, but is deeply infiltrative into subcutaneous adiopose tissue?
Unknown Slide Reviews

Dermatopathology Slide Atlas

Diagnostic Pearls from the Dermatopathology Literature
Sebaceous Adenoma
Sebaceous neoplasms may be an important marker for the rare cancer syndrome, Muir-Torre Syndrome. In this excellent review, the authors provide a diagnostic algorithm that can guide the pathologist and clinician to evaluate a cutaneous sebaceous neoplasm.

Read more.
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Thank you!

Paul K. Shitabata, M.D.
President and Medical Director
Dermatopathology Institute
Director of Dermatopathology, Harbor-UCLA Dermatology