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Every weekday a new Spot Diagnosis is posted on the website, usually by 11am GMT. Website visitors, whether clinicians or pathologists at all levels of experience are encouraged to comment and propose a diagnosis. The contributing editors will post the diagnosis and discussion within a few days. Dr. Phillip McKee’s original concept in 2010 was to display a single photomicrographic image with a limited amount of clinical information. More recently, cases include a larger number of photomicrographs, often with supporting immunohistochemistry. Over the last decade over 2700 cases have been posted. This constitutes a rich archive of learning. The cases have been catalogued and this catalogue will shortly be available to view. Why not get involved? Post your thoughts on today’s Spot Diagnosis!
You can also view cases on MSL Dermatopato: (http://www.facebook.com/MSLDermatopato) hosted by Dr Marcela Saeb Lima.

Daily Spot Diagnosis: the correct diagnosis will be posted by 2 p.m. St. Louis time (8 p.m. U.K. time). Why not view the most recent spot diagnosis and proffer a diagnosis?
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