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Slide Seminar
DERMATOPATHOLOGY [SS-09]
Melanocytic Tumour Pathology

September 3rd, 14.15-16.15 Auditorium I
Chairpersons: Eduardo Calonje (UK) and Thomas Brenn (UK)
Case 1
Presented by: Thomas Brenn, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

A 57 year old female presents with a 5 week history of a new mole on the left side of the back. The clinical appearances are of a 6 mm firm papule with central bluish pigment. The patient has a previous medical history of an ocular melanoma 7 years ago.
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Case 2
Presented by: Bostjan Luzar, Ljubljana, Slovenia

An 11-year-old boy presented with a symmetrical light brown lesion on the left forearm, measuring 5 mm in greatest diameter. The lesion slowly increased in size in the recent months. A conservative excision was performed.
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Case 3
Presented by: Bostjan Luzar, Ljubljana, Slovenia

A 21-year-old pregnant woman presented with an unevenly pigmented lesion on the vulva, measuring 15 mm in greatest diameter. The lesion was asymmetrical and slightly raised on clinical examination. A diagnosis of melanoma was suggested on clinical grounds and conservative excision was performed as an initial procedure.
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Case 4
Presented by: Sylvie Fraitag, paris, France

5-month-old boy. Giant bathing trunk naevus with multiple satellite nevi. Tumefaction on the lower back which is removed
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Case 5
Presented by: Sylvie Fraitag, paris, France

11-year-old girl, Xeroderma Pigmentosum.
Papulo-nodular lesion of 0.7 x 0.5 cm in diameter on the cheek.
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Case 6
Presented by: José Carlos Cardoso, Coimbra, Portugal

41 year-old male.

Lesion on the back, clinically thought to represent an intradermal melanocytic naevus.

It had been present for several years.

Excision was performed due to history of growth during the previous year.
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Case 7
Presented by: José Carlos Cardoso, Coimbra, Portugal

42 year-old female.

Congenital lesion on the occipital region: large plaque with 20x15 cm, with dark colour varying from brown to blue, with transverse and longitudinal sulci on the surface, conferring the lesion a cerebriform appearance. The lesion was asymptomatic.

In the previous year there was a rapid increase in its volume, with an ulcerated, friable non-pigmented tumour appearing over the surface of the pre-existing lesion.
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Case 8
Presented by: Thomas Brenn, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

18 year old male with a 1 year history of a pigmented lesion with a dark veil on the right leg. On methotrexate for severe bilateral panuveitis.
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