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LuketicPractice Dermatopathology DictationsThe specimen is received in formalin, labeled with patient identifiers and skin shave. It consists of a ___ x ___ x ___ cm unoriented, tan, flat, irregular skin shave, which displays a ___ x ___ cm light to dark brown macule with irregular borders and is ___ cm from the nearest margin. The deep aspect is inked blue. The specimen is serially sectioned to reveal a depth of extension of ___ cm, and is entirely submitted in cassettes A1-A3.

The specimen is received in formalin, labeled with patient identifiers and skin shave. It consists of a ___ x ___ x ___ cm unoriented, tan, irregular skin shave, which displays multiple diffuse brown speckles, which range from ___ x ___ cm in greatest dimension, and abut the resection margin. The deep aspect is inked blue. The specimen is serially sectioned and entirely submitted in cassettes A1 A4.

The specimen is received in formalin, labeled with patient identifiers and skin shave. It consists of a ___ x ___ x ___ cm unoriented, tan-white, irregular skin shave with a diffusely verrucoid epidermis, and displays a paracentrally located ___ x ___ cm tan-brown papule, which is ___ cm from the nearest resection margin. The deep surface is inked blue and the specimen is serially sectioned and entirely submitted in cassettes A1 A3.

The specimen is received in formalin, labeled with patient identifiers and skin punch bx. It consists of a ___ cm, unoriented, tan-white, cylindrical punch biopsy excised to a depth of ___ cm. The epidermis displays a white, slightly raised lesion measuring ___ x ___ x ___ cm. The resection margin is entirely inked in blue. The specimen is bisected, and entirely submitted in cassette A1.

Specimen received in formalin, labeled with patient identifiers and left upper back skin ellipse. It consists of an ___ x ___ cm oriented tan-pink skin ellipse excised to a depth of ___ cm, with a long stitch designating superior and will be arbitrarily referred to as 12 oclock, and a short stitch designating lateral and will be arbitrarily referred to as 9 oclock. The epidermis displays a ___ x ___ cm tan-brown, flat, irregular lesion with a ___ cm tan, circular halo, which is ___ cm away from the nearest resection margin, and upon sectioning reveals a ___ cm greatest depth of extension. The specimen resection margin is differentially inked blue from 6-12 oclock and black from 12-6 oclock, and the specimen is serially sectioned and submitted as follows:

A1, 12 oclock tipA2 A4, mid-sections superior to inferior aspect sequentiallyA5, 6 oclock tip

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