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Alice Roberts MD PhD
EVMS Dermatopathology laboratory director/Dermatopathologist
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Rich Davis, PhD, D(ABMM), MLS 🦠🔬🧫 Nov 8
(Day 560): Defining microscopic characteristics of the most common zygomycete, Rhizopus spp: rhizoids (roots) right below a non-branching sporangiophore (stalk). This low-power microscope field is full of textbook examples!
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Jerad Gardner, MD Nov 8
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Daniel Lozeau, MD Nov 8
Just a neat example of freeze artifact in the epi. Can occur after specimens left in outdoor courier boxes during winter here in NY, but this case came from our freezer—originally sent for DIF, but I asked for a permanent from the frozen block.
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Jonhan Ho Nov 7
A fun little case. A one star case. A fast diagno... I bet you already got the diagnosis.
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Alice Roberts MD PhD Nov 9
MALIGNANT MELANOMA WITH A SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS-LIKE CLINICAL PRESENTATION
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Alice Roberts MD PhD Nov 8
I recommended Muir-Torre screening 👍
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Alice Roberts MD PhD Nov 8
Does grading depend on degree of vacuolated cells? Mine more basaloid but not cytologically highly atypical. I’m not sure about grading consensus. Confused by this. I’ve known some to go by cytologic atypia, others not
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Alice Roberts MD PhD Nov 8
I would have considered BCC clinically
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Alice Roberts MD PhD Nov 8
I should mention patient is 42 year old. Here are clinical photos. Clinical ddx given: nevus, atypical nevus
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Alice Roberts MD PhD Nov 8
Does p53 staining affect grade? Otherwise low grade
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Alice Roberts MD PhD Nov 8
P53 like a Christmas tree! Can even see some pagetoid cells! Control in last pic.
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Jose Candido Nov 7
Two types of epidermal cornification arranged in parallel to the skin surface is a clue to dermatophytosis!
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Alexander Damron, MD Nov 6
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Suzy Bloomquist Nov 7
When you're hunting for diagnostic clues and you find the ghosty cells... Pilomatricoma may be my favorite diagnosis so far.
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Ankur Sangoi Nov 6
🧩 time! finger mass 🤨 🔬❓
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Padma Priya J Nov 7
Second case in a row. Middle aged male, on CHOP treatment for NHL. Presenting with skin lesions.
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