Dr. Thomas N Helm MD
Dermatologist | Clinical & Laboratory Dermatological Immunology6255 Sheridan Dr Suite 208 Buffalo NY, 14221
Dr. Thomas Helm is a cum laude graduate of the Nichols School of Buffalo. He graduated magna cum laude from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and was an Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) honor societ ... (See complete ...
DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyABD
PathologyAmerican Board of PathologyABP- 1993
- Acquired cutis laxa associated with multiple myeloma.
- Photo quiz. Palisaded neutrophilic and granulomatous dermatitis with underlying Wegener's granulomatosis.
- Photo quiz. Odontogenic sinus.
- A nonfatal case and 2 fatal cases of paraneoplastic pemphigus: can a complement indirect immunofluorescent test help to identify fatal "group A" paraneoplastic pemphigus cases?
- Iatrogenic ulceration of melanoma is not of prognostic significance.
- Melanoma is never "featureless".
- Pemphigus, pregnancy, and plasmapheresis.
- Alabaster skin after CO2 laser resurfacing: evidence for suppressed melanogenesis rather than just melanocyte destruction.
- Biopsy may help identify early pyoderma faciale (rosacea fulminans).
- Erythema elevatum diutinum arising in the setting of dermatitis herpetiformis.
- Classic and atypical Spitz nevi: review of the literature.
- Neoplasia-induced autoimmunity encompasses a spectrum of changes.
- Vesiculopustular eruption associated with transient myeloproliferative disorder.
- A case of bullous disease limited to the skin illustrates the spectrum of neoplasia-induced autoimmunity.
- Nodular lymphangitis: Report of a case with presentation of a diagnostic paradigm.
- Furuncular myiasis: a case report.
- Pruritic maculopapular dermatitis in a household.
- What is your diagnosis? Linear Darier disease.
- Can direct immunofluorescence testing still be accurate if performed on biopsy specimens after brief inadvertent immersion in formalin?
- What is your diagnosis? Tinea nigra.
- Identification of a collagen 1 a-platelet-derived growth factor B gene abnormality may provide useful information about the biologic behavior of some fibrohistiocytic tumors.
- Patterns of skin metastases: a review of 25 years' experience at a single cancer center.
- A rapidly growing crusted nodule on the lip.
- What is your diagnosis? Hansen disease (leprosy).
- The presentation, pathology, and current management strategies of cutaneous metastasis.
- Superficial plantar fibromatosis.
- Wells syndrome.
- Addressing overdiagnosis and overtreatment in cancer.
- What is your diagnosis? Calciphylaxis.
- Breslow thickness determined with the use of immunohistochemical techniques could provide misleading information when used with prognostic models based on data obtained by conventional means.
- Localized argyria with pseudo-ochronosis.
- Friable nodule on the back.
- Firm plaques and nodules over the body.
- Mitotic figures and the evolving staging of melanoma.
- Eroded plaque on the lower lip.
- Member SELF ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF DERMA
- Chairman CHAIRMAN OF CASP COMMITTEE OF INDEPENDENT HEALTH, BUFFALO
- STAFF PRV KALEIDA HEALTH SYSTEM/BUFFALO, NEW YORK
- STAFF PRV ST JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL/BUFFALO, NEW YORK
- STAFF PRV ROSWELL PARK CANCER INSTITUTE/BUFFALO, NEW YORK
- Cleveland Clinic Fndn, Dermatopathology; Cleveland Clinic Fndn, Dermatology
- DERMATOPATHOLOGY, CLEVELAND CLINIC, CLEVELAND, OH 1992
- Cleveland Clinic - GME Office 1992
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