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The accurate diagnosis of inflammatory conditions in dermatopathology requires integrating the histopathologic findings with the clinical features.
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She was born and raised in Miami, Florida and attended Duke University in Durham, North Carolina for undergraduate studies where she majored in Biology and graduated Magna cum laude in She studied medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. There she graduated among the top students in her class and was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. Upon completing an internship in internal medicine at the University of California in San Francisco, she went to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland for her dermatology residency.
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