AAA announces 2014 award winners in the field of anatomy Presenting awards for Scientific, Education, and Leadership Contributions to the line of business of anatomy The American Association of Anatomists is usually honored to announce its 2014 award winners. All awards will be presented through the Closing Awards Ceremony being held at the NORTH PARK Marriott Hotel on Tuesday, 29th at 7:30 p April tadalafilnorge.com .m. During AAA's 2014 Annual Meeting in Experimental Biology . The 2014 award winners are: Henry Gray/Elsevier Distinguished Educator Medal: Jeffrey Laitman, PhD, of the Icahn College of Medication at Mount Sinai, Past-President of the American Association of Anatomists, will receive AAA's highest education medal, presented by Elsevier, publisher of Gray's Anatomy for College students, for his distinguished work in human anatomy education.
Case presentation Over a 12-month period, a 73-year-old woman noted progressive darkening and growth of a 0.9 x 1.2 cm lesion on the dorsal aspect of her left hands . The encompassing pores and skin was mottled and sun damaged. Dermoscopy revealed an asymmetrical, dark tan to black lesion with an irregular scalloped border . There have been rippled broad bands of pigment that were confluent in areas, but there is no well toned pigment network. Pale dots interrupted the pigmentary design. Skin biopsy demonstrated an epidermis with a thick horny level and basal keratinocytes with pigment but no melanocytic proliferation .. A sun-induced asymmetrical dark lesion Some solar lentigines could be dark and asymmetrical and require both biopsy and dermoscopy to exclude a lentigo maligna.