Atlas of Cancer of the Skin
Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 254 pages
Featuring state-of-the-art information on clinical features, histomorphology, diagnostic clues, prognosis, and therapy for a full range of skin cancers. More than 455 full-color images offer readers outstanding visual detail.
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Tumors of the Epidermis
MALIGNANT EPIDERMAL TUMORS
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Acad Dermatol acanthosis actinic adnexal neoplasms adults Angiokeratoma Angioma antigen Arch Dermatol areas associated atypical basal cell carcinoma benign biopsy cancer chronic CLINICAL FEATURES congenital CTCL cutaneous T-cell lymphoma cytoplasm dermal dermatofibroma Dermatology dermis differential diagnosis disorders eccrine eosinophilic epidermal epithelial epithelioid erythema ETIOLOGY excision factor Figure follicular gene growth hamartoma hemangioma histiocytes histologic histopathologic hyperplasia infiltrate inflammatory internal malignancy involvement Kaposi sarcoma keratosis laser leiomyomas leiomyosarcoma lesions leukemia lipomas lymph node lymphocytes lymphoid malignant melanoma markers mast cell mastocytosis melanocytic Merkel cell carcinoma metastases multiple myxoid neoplasms nevi nevus nodular nodules nuclei occur pagetoid papillary papules Pathol patients pattern pigmented plaques pleomorphic present primary prognosis proliferation protuberans rare regression sebaceous skin lesions smooth muscle solitary spindle cell squamous cell carcinoma staining subcutaneous subtypes superficial surgery surgical syndrome Table therapy tion treatment trunk tumor cells typical ulceration urticaria pigmentosa usually variant vascular