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James B. MacDonald, MD

Dermatopathology Fellowship


​​Education:​

 – BS, Neuroscience; Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah (2004)

 – MD; Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri (2009)

 

Postdoctoral Education:

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Transitional Residency, Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Mayo Clinic,

Scottsdale, Arizona (2010)

Dermatology Residency, Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Mayo Clinic,

Scottsdale, Arizona (2013)

 

Subspecialty:

 – Dermatopathology

 

Research Activities:

 – D2-40 lymphatic marker use in detecting lympatic invasion in thin melanoma

 – Acquired zinc deficiency in the elderly

 – Granuloma annulare as a paraneoplastic sign of solid organ malignancy

 – Oral lichen planus association with Good's Syndrome

 

Publications:

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Egnatious G, Dueck A, Macdonald JB, et al. The impact of biopsy technique on upstaging, residual disease, and outcome in cutaneous melanoma. American Journal of Surgery. 2011.

Lenarz CJ, Macdonald JB, et al. Timing of wound closure in open fractures based on cultures obtained after debridement. Journal of Bone Joint Surgery Am. 2010; 92(1): 1921-6.

Bomsta B, Bridgewater L, Seegmiller R, Macdonald JB, et al. Premature osteoarthritis in disproportionate micromelia mouse. Journal of Osteoarthrits & Cartilage. 2005; 14(5): 477-85.

 

Contacts:

 Email:

 Pager:

James.MacDonald@ucdenver.edu

(303) 266-3408

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