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Additional Clues for Dermatopathology Differential Diagnoses
 May 17th, 2011


The Clinical Dermatology Series

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Didactic Session
Lever's Histopathology of the Skin, 10th Edition

Chapter 34
Tumors with Fatty, Muscular, Osseous, and/or Cartilaginous Differentiation.

The lipoblast is the hallmark of both a liposarcoma and a lipoblastoma. Careful attention to the clinical presentation and accompanying histopathology will assist with arriving at the correct diagnosis. In difficult cases, molecular analysis may be helpful.

Unknown Slide Reviews

Unknown Slide Review Part 129

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

What is the differential diagnosis for this diffuse thickening of dermal collagen fibers?

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