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Case Number : Case 2044 - 06 April 2018 Posted By: Dr. Richard Carr

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F5. Dorsum of foot. Pigmented lesion, itchy & increasing in size. Case c/o Dr M. Powari


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vincenzo polizzi

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Some worrisome features in fig 1/4/5, but agree with above!

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Raul Perret

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Agree with spitz. There is some splitting of the dermoepidermal junction, is it due to a superimposed lichenoid reaction that could explain the itching?

I just see melanophages but no prominent inflammatory reaction in these pictures.

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Admin_Dermpath

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Diagnosis: Junctional Spitz naevus with large Kamino bodies and prominent intra-lesional clefting artefact.

On behalf of Dr Richard Carr.

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