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David Harker, MD Nov 13
All right my friends. What do you think?
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James A. Ramirez Nov 13
Sometimes mentioned in pityriasis rosea are intraepidermal microvesicles within the context of spongiosis. Weedon refers to these as pityriasiform spongiosis. The clinical picture here fit for pityriasis rosea
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Jonhan Ho Nov 13
A whole slide image of another great case posted by my colleague Corey Georgesen and shared with his permission. Diagnosis?
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Jonhan Ho Nov 14
Two diagnoses here that can happen together. What are they? A whole slide image from the Sid Barsky Collection.
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Drazen Jukic Nov 12
Cystic molluscum contagiosum - proof that it is a hair follicle based process
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Pascual Meseguer Nov 14
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Aimi T. Rothrock, MD Nov 15
👩🏻‍⚕️Today I learned... IM GOING TO BE A DERMATOPATHOLOGIST!! I met so many wonderful people during my interview trail, and I’m so excited to see you all next year to hear where you all have “matched” at ASDP! Hard work pays off, people! 💪🏼😊
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Jessica Ghaferi, MD Nov 14
Thoughts for this palmar lesion. Present 1 week, painful, 40s, M. Ossifying PG?
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Daniel Lozeau, MD Nov 12
Follicular mucinosis—this case was associated with folliculotropic/syringotropic mycosis fugoides.
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David Harker, MD 4h
This scabies mite just nailed it.
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Henry YANG 11h
Happy Saturday! For all those medical mystery detectives /Sherlock Holmes of Pathology 😀 I have one case here to test your skills: 65 man multiple large nodules on his buttocks and knees for 5 months. What’s your thoughts?
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Silvija Gottesman MD Nov 12
Ear lesion in a patient with ESRD. Cutaneous oxalosis. Check out the polarizing calcium oxalate crystals. Did u know that too much chocolate, plums, beetroot, strawberries, rhubarb, tofu, spinach, kiwi & nuts is no good?
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Ilana Rosman, MD Nov 13
Replying to @DrStevenTChen @leoshmu
A good example of fixed drug eruption with scattered necrotic keratinocytes at all levels of the epidermis associated with pigment incontinence and eosinophils in the dermis. /x
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Silvija Gottesman MD Nov 15
💕🔬 Herrero et al. (AJDP) performed IHC for Coxsackie & Enterovirus on HFM samples & were negative. H&E and rtPCR gold standard! Save ur money on the IHC. Here’s a classic case I had. PCR proven.🥰
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Silvija Gottesman MD Nov 14
Where on the body is skeletal muscle present superficially? 🔹 eyelid granuloma annulare 🔹palisades of histiocytes w/ central mucin & sprinkle of eos 🔹Diagnosis can avoid unnecessary surgery as many lesions resolve without intervention
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Dr Bailey Nov 9
Question for - ‘The overlying epidermis doesn’t show spongiotic changes. There is focal lymphocytic exocytosis’. Is that possible? Thought the two had to come together
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Won W Shon Nov 15
Dermpath 101: Desmoplastic trichoepithelioma, PHLDA1-positive
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Steven Chen Nov 13
Replying to @DrStevenTChen
7/ A quick note. EM usually has interface dermatitis with dyskeratotic keratinocytes. Importantly, EM can be difficult to distinguish from SJS or fixed drug eruption pathologically so the clinical exam is paramount to the accurate diagnosis. pc:
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Paul M. Gibbs Nov 15
Saw this and immediately thought, “Oh, she’s a dermatopathologist who loves SOX-10...” Took me a minute to remember there’s some sports team with “sox” in their name...🙄🤪🔬
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Jonhan Ho 4h
A whole slide image of a classic case form the Sid Barsky Collection. Your diagnosis?
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