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DermpathPRO.com is a professional, educational website with a comprehensive set of resources for the diagnosis of both common and rare skin conditions. It has a vast image bank and self study styled quizzes compiled by specialists from around the world. Dermatopathology is a wonderful discipline which, with the right level of dedication, commitment and service may bring about enormous personal satisfaction, but most importantly, influences the care and management of patients.

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Mark A. Hurt, MD, has devoted his career to dermatopathology. He began in 1988 as the director of dermatopathology at the University of Texas-San Antonio. He is currently a principal in Cutaneous Pathology in St. Louis, where he has practiced since 1997. Dr. Hurt has spoken at academic venues internationally and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, The American Journal of Dermatopathology, and, until recently, Dermatology Practical and Conceptual. He has authored 37 peer-reviewed articles and a number of book chapters. He is the current President of the American Society of Dermatopathology.

Online Community

This site is unique!

It represents an online society of dermatologists, pathologists and trainees; sharing resources and latest news.

You can create groups, download Powerpoint presentations and lots more.

Weekly Blogs

We have a dedicated group of DermpathPRO editors posting their opinions and views on a wide range of interests.

New content is added on a weekly basis.

Why not view the current list of editors and posted blogs?

News Articles

Want to know what the latest hot topics are in dermatopathology?

Look no further! Articles are regularly posted on the site by our DermpathPRO editors.

If you think that you have what it takes to become an editor for this site, please email us at editors@dermpathpro.com

PDF Books

Three Books 145 pages each!

Three Update Books in Dermatopathology are available as PDF downloads.

Collectively there are over 130 cases discussed with high quality photomicrographic images.Each book has over 140 pages and is available to members on the login pages.

Special Modules

Are you struggling with inflammatory skin lesions? Do you find soft tissue neoplasms challenging? Would you like to review cases of common lymphoid infiltrates in the skin?

The site has a growing number of Special Modules produced by world experts!