Resident Rounds. Part II: Follicular, Apocrine, Sebaceous, and Eccrine Neoplasms and Their Disease Associations

October 2012 | Volume 11 | Issue 10 | Feature | 1237 | Copyright © 2012

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INTRODUCTION

This chart summarizes clinical presentations, common locations, and histopathological findings of adnexal tumors from follicular, sebaceous, and eccrine origins. The last column summarizes associations with genetic syndromes and other important boards-focused fodder.

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