Dermatopathology in Paradise: Challenges in Melanoma, Inflammatory Disease and Alopecia

October 10 - 13, 2016



Philip E LeBoit, M.D. Course Director ( Bio )

Curtis T. Thompson, M.D. ( Bio )
Associate Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Pathology and Dermatology

Dirk M. Elston, M.D. ( Bio )
Professor and Chairman, Department of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery

Petra Milde, M.D. ( Bio )
Medical Director, Atlanta Dermatopathology - A PathGroup Company

Lecture Titles

  • Selected Topics in Inflammatory Skin Disease
  • The Spectrum of Neutrophilic Dermatitis and Vasculitis
  • To Look is One Thing, To See is Another Thing: Interstitial Dermatitis
  • Nail Unit Specimen Processing and Diagnosis of Common and Important Nail Lesions
  • Panel: Common Sense in the Diagnosis of Lymphoproliferative Disorders
  • A Tour Through Benign Adnexal Neoplasia
  • Alopecia: Tissue Processing and an Algorithm for More Exact Diagnoses
  • Alopecia: Clinicopathological Correlation and Simple Techniques that Can Help
  • The Whole for the Part: Partial Biopsy
  • Panel: Diagnostic Challenges from Atlanta
  • Investigations in Melanocyte Movement and Proliferation
  • Pigmented Lesions Made Easier
  • Pigmented Lesions in Sun Damaged Skin
  • Unusual and Borderline Melanocytic Tumors
  • From Nevus to Melanoma: How Melanocytes Become Malignant: From Genomics to Morphology
  • Infectious Dermatopathology
  • Traditional New (Molecular) Tests for Identifying Infectious Agents
  • Selected New Observations
  • Problematic Proliferations of Squamous Keratinocytes
  • Saved by the Clinical: Avoiding Humiliation by Paying Attention to Reality

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