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Dermatology
Boxer with skin lesions - Part 2
DER192   Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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You perform a careful clinical examination of the patient and notice that the whole leg distal of the carpal joint is about double the size of the contra lateral one. The leg is of normal temperature, non edematous and the Ln. praescapularis sinister is normal.
Which differential diagnosis is the less likely for you?
a) hemangiosarcoma
b) calcinosis circumscripta
c) hemangioma
d) hemangiopericytoma
 





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