U079 - Pediatric Inflammatory Dermatopathology: Recognizing Little Clues in Little Patients
Monday, March 4; 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Identify subtle histologic clues critical in the evaluation of uncommon pediatric skin disease in outpatient and inpatient settings
- Recognize the value of clinicopathologic correlation in avoiding misdiagnosis of pediatric skin disease
- Utilize ancillary test when appropriate to enhance accuracy in challenging pediatric dermatopathology cases
Drawing from pediatric dermatology cases from Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, this session will utilize a case-based approach to highlight classic and atypical presentations of pediatric inflammatory conditions. The challenging cases will focus on the diagnostic histologic findings relevant to the clinical presentation and expand on the histologic differential diagnoses that should be carefully considered. The cases will having teaching points and pearls relevant for general dermatologists, dermatopathologists, pediatric dermatologists and trainees.
- Sokumbi, Olayemi, MD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
Dr. Sokumbi / Clinicopathologic Correlation in Pediatric Inflammatory Dermatopathology: A Case-Based Approach