Derm In-Review

Confirm the Hand Biopsy Diagnosis! Pop Quiz Friday – 9/21!
Hand Biopsy koilocytes
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A 35 year old man presents with this lesion shown in the photo on his hand. The patient undergoes a hand biopsy for confirmation of the diagnosis. What finding is specific for this condition? Confirm the Hand Biopsy: A.) Wedge-shaped perivascular lymphocytic infiltrate with eosinophils. B.) Fibrinoid necrosis and leukocytoclasia C.) Collapsed keratin bundles. D.) Peforating elastin, …
It’s Pop Quiz Friday 9/7! Let’s See if You Get It Right!
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A patient on sorafenib for renal cancer asks what side effect she is most likely to experience? A.). Hypertrichosis B.) Nevi changes C.) Q-T prolongation D.) Cystitis after the first month E.) Redness and tender blisters at sites of pressure on the hands and feet To find out the correct answer and read the explanation click here   Brought to you by our Brand …
It’s Pop Quiz Friday 8/24! Let’s see if you get it right!
Neoplasms_Pigmented-BCC
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Which of the following is true about this neoplasm? A) A sentinel lymph node biopsy is standard of care for tumors thicker than 1 mm B) Locally advanced or metastatic variants may respond to sonic hedgehog inhibitors C) Grows very rapidly over several weeks/months before stabilizing D) Associated with a polyomavirus infection E) Occurs at sites of chronic burns or fistulae To fin …